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    San Ramon, CA
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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2003 Porsche 996 Targa
  1. swynn97, how did you resolve your noisy seats issue? I have the same problem on my 996 targa. I had thought I might take out the offending passenger seat when I was working on the SSK but did not want to jinx a project going well. So I now have a great shifting car with one very noisy passenger seat. Curious if it was obvious once the seat was out how to remedy the noise. Thanks.
  2. You should consider Kahlers in Dublin CA. They are just off 580 in the East Bay. http://www.kahlers.com/ Ash is a very trustworthy fellow who I have had work on my 911 for more than 2 years now. The prices are fair (not cheap), the work is of a high quality and their knowledge of the pcar is excellent.
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