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About einesv996

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  • From
    norway
  • Porsche Club
    POC (Porsche Owners Club)
  • Present cars
    1999, 996 C2
  • Future cars
    991
  • Former cars
    1974 , 911, T
  1. Thanks JFP, but it is not leftover from last service. The gearbox was serviced i 2012 and the car have been dry since then. This has occured relatively recently. A friend of mine suggested today a loose or broken seal at the reverselight- swich, could this be a possible cause? I have not checked yet but what other problem can cause this? The first picture showes fresh oil in the undertray, on the next, the oil have spread over large aera under the car.
  2. Hello I have a 1999 c2 manual with 72000 miles. Yesterday I find oil dripping from, as i looks, front end of the gearbox. The undertray is quite wet from oil, seems i must be oil under pressure, see pictures. On my inspection I did not find any loose bolts or anything wrong, or oil dripping form the gearbox itself. But as you see from the pictures, a lot of oil has been leaking. As far as I concern there is no place in front end of the gearbox oil could leak from.No loose bolts or anything. So what happens here? einsv996
  3. Try 4399 or 4397 If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so... Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST Hi again Thank you for your suggestions but the codes did not work for my radio. I have tried +-2 several times with no success. Would appreciate if you have ideas? Thanks, einesv996
  4. No radio code.. Becker CR-220, type 4462, X5023685, Thanks!
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