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Silver911 replied to Silver911's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Seems like a simple question. Anybody?
Silver911 replied to Silver911's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Yes, the o-ring is installed properly. If you look at the photo you posted, the canister flange (next to the "W" in the newspaper) does not sit flat against the engine block. Is this correct? Thanks.
Just changed my oil for the first time. Didn't take note when I removed the oli canister, but when I put it back on there is about a 1/8 to 1/4 spacce between it and the engine block. In other words, it does not sit flush against the engine block. Is this right? Torqued to specs and no leaks, just looks funny. Thanks.
Admin - This was a duplicate post, please delete. Thanks.
Sent you a PM.
Silver911 replied to eloycorral's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Ant other places?? This site says "database not found" Also are these replacements or stick-on covers? reesestewww - I just logged onto the address given by charlesl and the gauges are there. Look under "Interior", then "Gauge Faces".
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Gary - I sent you a PM.
Silver911 replied to Silver911's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)This is the first I've heard of anyone having a problem with calibration or with the faces falling off. Anyone else have this happen?
Where can I buy colored face plates for my gauges. Also, my car is arctic silver with black interior. Any opinions on whether I should install the white or silver?
Loren - Sorry, but I'm easily confused!! The complete kit is the same price as the bumper alone -- $1745.52?
I don't have the side skirts installed currently, so I need both sides. I'm guessing its what you referred to as the upgrade kit. Can you also tell me what the "lower front bumper spoiler" is and if it is included in your MSRP? Thanks.
Loren - The front fender part number is 99650598006. I don't have the side skirt #.
I need to buy a front bumper and side skirts (OEM) for a 2003 Cab. I shopped around and 5 different dealers have given me 5 different MSRPs. Does Porsche publish an MSRP for their parts or is it something that is set by each individual dealer? When the price varies by more than $1000 (bumper), I begin to question what I'm getting...
My local automotive store where I purchased all of my detailing supplies went out of business. Can anyone recommend an on-line company. Thanks.