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  1. Placed the seal in the way a normal 996 would be . Car ran great no leaks...
  2. We hear that using a 996 turbo rear main seal in an gt3 stops the oil leaks. We have replaced the seal with a factory set up and spacer and on the track it still leaks. So ...when using a turbo seal do you put it in the same as a gt3 (backwards from the engine vacume) or normal?
  3. We have a cayenna s that is not charging. Things checked already wire harness under seat,Junction point in engine compartment. question is how to diagnoise this as it is not common for the alternators to go bad. The yellow wire comming from the alt is dead(no signal). Thanks in advance !!
  4. Any one know the torque for a 99 996 3.4 underdrive pulley bolt. My work shop manual says 185 fp....I seem to remember 18 foot pounds and then a 180 turn ???
  5. The codes are #80 (1-3) secondary air and #208 (4-6) secondary air. I am going after the shut off valve today and makeing sure it is operational.
  6. we have an 993 that had the secondary air system totaly clogged. We rebuilt the entire top end, new valve guides,the system was totaly cleaned and a new check valve. My question is about the pump itself, we can acuate it with the ps2 and hear it run but when we hold are finger over the air inlet on the air filter it does not seem to be pulling alot of air. So 1,how strong does a good pump pull at this location? 2, Anything else I may be missing? All the vacume lines are located in there proper position's. Thanks in advance.... -Robbie
  7. the rail has a 17 mm counter hold ..but the line usually comes off with a quick jolt on the line end.19mm
  8. Anyone have any tips for removal of the front diff on an 05 Cayenne s? was very noisey needs replacement. I assume the entire front carrier must come out. Treading new ground and looking for tips.
  9. I have had good luck installing them without removing the heat exchangers. The trick is to put a small hose clamp on each side of the new expandable tube,lube the o-rings and then useing two small prybars or screw drivers pry them(expand) into place. Very easy this way.
  10. You can see that drain by removing the rear speaker and a plastic shield.
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