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About Skibum

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    Canton, Connecticut
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  • Present cars
    2005 C2S Cab.

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  1. On my 2005 C2S Cab the middle section of the window moulding that is attached to the top has ripped. What's involved in it's replacement? End user or does the top have to get disassembled? Thanks
  2. I just called to verify. No recall, but they covered it under CPO.
  3. Hmmmm Not sure that sounds right. Possibly New Country did the job at no charge because I had only purchased it recently.... but I did see that on the receipt they wrote recall. (Still waiting for my copy in the mail)
  4. The service manager at New Country was totally on top of this. He even asked me if I happened to be waxing the car. I got my previous car (Boxster) from Chip Hall of Danbury Porsche. No experience with their service dept.
  5. New Country Greenwich by chance? Tell the Service Manager I sent you. :)
  6. I seriously considered making a grounding cable. :) The dealer assures me that the replacement part does not have the same issue with static.
  7. I'm sure most tire comments will be pretty much subjective.. I think they are both great tires. I had both P0's as well as PS2's on my 2001 Boxster S. Hands down I preferred the PS2. They "felt" better. The PS2 may be a bit noisier. Hard to really compare. The feeling I had with the PS2 on the Boxster is much the same on my C2S.
  8. Always by hand. I am guessing the large amout of static was caused by using a microfiber towel on a cold dry windy day. I remember muttering to myself after getting a shock....
  9. I have a 100 mile drive to the dealer. Should I be concerned about the car not making it? What exactly does the unit control?
  10. This has to be a first.. and something that I am taking endless ribbing on. :) I'm wordering if anyone else may have heard of this. Yesterday morning I waxed my 2005 C2S in the driveway. Right after finishing I wanted to drive to lunch. Got in the car and fired it up, and all of a sudden there were dashboard warning bells going off, the exclamation symbol lit, and I received the dreaded "System Fault visit Workshop" error on the dash. After a detailed conversation with the service manager about the issue, it was actually he that asked me if I had just waxed the car by chance. When I
  11. Not looking for more speed per se... just wanted to make sure that it was safe to use the 5 gallons I got as a gift. I believe the car wants 98 octane, so I figured it would have to make a bit of difference when added to 93 pump that is available here.
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