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    1999 996 Cabriolet
  1. Try 0332 or 0330 Didn't work. Any suggestions? Thanks for your help. Peter
  2. Hi, I am also a victim of a lost radio code after a dead battery. Model CDR 220 Type 4462 45/98 S/N: W5012089 Thanks in advance! Peter
  3. Thanks folks. I swapped the bulbs from side to side as suggested. The bad bulb stayed bad and the good bulb still lit. I appreciate the help. Thanks again, Peter
  4. Hello, I have a '99 996 Cab with a burned out headlight bulb (HID style). The part number is Philips D2S 85123. These don't seem to be that common. However, the Philips D2S 85122 bulb is. The parts look similar. Can the more common 85122 bulb be used in lieu of the 85123? Thanks Peter
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