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About Bartruff1

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    Wenatchee Wa.
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    Superformance 427SC Cobra, C5 Z06 Corvette, 993 Porsche Carrera 2, Jeep Wrangler, Chev Silvarado, Maverick Motorhome
  1. See Battery in or out below....I have switches on several cars and they work fine..the only thing I have to do is reset the clock. I have disconnected and reconnected the battery in my 993 as per the owners manual for long term storage with no problem except the clock so I don't know why you couldn't use a disconnect...
  2. Anyone had any experience (good or bad) hauling a 993 on a trailer. What I am looking for is info about how to tie it down without damage to the vehicle including alingnment. Photos would be a big help. Thanks in advance for any help...bart
  3. My owners manual on page 117 " Storing...." under " Electric" it sez " The battery should be removed...." soooo... to me, disconnecting the battery should have the same effect... the owners manual on page 131 " Battery " it sez " when the battery is reconnected the engine must be run for ten minutes to allow the control unit to re-aquire data.... during this period the engine may idle unevenly...".... I'll find out this spring...
  4. I just stored my 97 993 C2 and I disconnected the negative battery cable.....since I didn't know what might happen, after a few days, I reconnected it and the car started and ran as usual ???
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