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  • Present cars
    2008 Cayenne GTS
    2003 996 GT3 MkII
    2003 BMW 750Li
    2000 Mercesdes Benz CL600
    1998 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V GSR (CP9A)
    1994 Nissian Fairlady 300ZX NA M/T 2+2 (Z32)
  • Future cars
    Fiat Abarth 500
    Mazda RX7 FD3S
  • Former cars
    RUF Spec Porsche Turbo 930 (1982)
  1. Anyone happen to know the colour code/ paint code for the new 997 cream White colour? Thanks CG
  2. Dunno about the US but in Asia it seems that the 996 is a fast depreciating asset to have even gt2 and 3s are dropping fast in prices with the launch of every new 997 But them 964s and 993s are holding their value very well some are even appreciating An m/t 964 is now worth about as much as a 996 early model!
  3. Outside temp problem likely to have been caused by front bumper removal. Mine gave up the ghost when my car had a full respray after an accident Cg
  4. Funny that my car has the exact same two problems my outside oil temp sensor is working intermittently and my oil pressure guage jumps from zero to 5 and back sometimes. Outside temp sensor don't seem to effect my cars performance nor the a/c in my car hope this helps : )
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    Reset Cel

    Hi Loren how to perform the reset without diagnostic equipment? Thanks cg
  6. cg962

    Reset Cel

    Hi all I got a cel yesterday after the oil pressure sender went nuts and showed no oil pressure for about 5 seconds. Can I reset this without any diagnostics equipment? Thanks cg
  7. Hi Loren I have a cdr23 and the shop says I need the security code before I can install a replacement can u help retrieve the security code? alternatively I'll have to go to the dealers and pay for it : ) thanks cg
  8. Hello any one know the part number for the mkii gt3 oil pressure sender? Is it the same for lhd and rhd vehicles? Thanks Cg
  9. Situation persisted last night with the oil pressure guage reading zero suddenly Most proabably due to bad sender, will get that changed out anyone know the part number for the oil pressure sender? Thanks cg
  10. Had a somewhat similar experience. Caused by a faulty ignition barel in my case the barrel allowed me to turn the key one click beyond the normal position and most ancillary power functions were disabled including headlights and caused intermittent failure to start. Hope this helps! And best of luck trying to get it sorted!
  11. Heard the factory is running a standard 997 gt3 rs mkii used as a development test car any idea on that car's time compared to the race cars? Thanks cg
  12. Sorry for not thanking you guys on a timely basis for the advise seems problem has not presisted and car is running fine with good oil pressure and level local Porsche specialist say likely a faulty sensor rather than other reasons as the car has been standing for a week and the local weather had just turned quite humid he did concur that the car shall not be driven once the dash light comes on as well thanks all cg
  13. Dear all engine oil failure indicator came on twice while driving home today I stopped the car and did the measurement with the trip computer which indicated engine oil on the max level any ideas? Thanks cg
  14. I am on a set of re050as which are pretty good in the dry bar the tyre dusts problem ok in the wet but seem to be at it's absolute poorest when they are cold and the roads are slightly wet I have heard the yokohamas ad08 are very good too The yokohamas a048 which I used to run on my evo were excellend as a track tyre but as they have only a small groove they do aquaplane in the wet the newest model from yokoha is the a050 which are the closest thing to race spec tyres. Available in hard medium hard, medium, soft and super soft compounds Cg
  15. Hi clord last time the car was on a ramp there were no signs of oil leaks, the sound is definately from the rear axle/engine at very low speeds going uphill the car is absolutely fine at speed... Actually having consulted with some local gt3 owners it seems the rhd vehicles are not prone to rms problems for some reason but most of the local cars are rs models, perhaps we do have a milder climate out here. The sound is a clucking noise and other than that the car runs fine thanks cg
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