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About gt6nut

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    Shenandoah Junction, WV
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2003 Porsche 911 Carrera
  • Former cars
    911, 951s, Triumph GT6s
  1. The part number was not on the harness. If / when I get this part number, I will post it to this thread. Thank you for the help !
  2. Coupe or Cabriolet please? Loren, I am sorry I missed that detail. It is a model year 2003, C2 Coupe, 6 speed, speed yellow, US car, Left Hand Drive. Thank you, Tom
  3. Hi, Could somebody please tell me the part number for the OEM Decklid Wiring Harness on a 2003 C2? When I bought my car, it had an Aero kit MK II rear spoiler and no wiring harness. I bought one for the OEM decklid but that still left all of the spoiler warning lights going off. I finally bought a 996 612 070 51 wiring harness and my warnings are gone. I am going to sell the OEM one. Also, could you also please tell me the part number for the engine compartment light assembly (clear lens & bulb) that plugs into the blower fan for the 2003? I tried to search these forums but did not find either of these part numbers in a search. I have also not found a consistent parts catalog online. If they exist, that would be good to know. Thanks to everyone who contributes! Tom
  4. Hi RennTech Members, As a new 996 owner (2003), I have found this forum to be invaluable. While I had hoped not to be working on the car (getting old, lazy, and just want to drive), the small things I have encountered so far have all had answers here. To share my experience, I had a problem with my headlights. Somehow, during my PPI, personal inspection, state inspection, and one trip to the shop, we all missed this odd behavior. The initial symptom was that my hi-beams did not work except when used in the 'flash' mode by pulling back on the turn signal switch. Pushing the switch forward resulted in no hi-beams or lit blue icon on the dash. Further investigation showed that when my headlight switch is in the 'headlight' position, there were no headlights. When fog light switch (pulled back one notch), the headlights came on, but still no steady high-beam when I used the turn signal switch. The forums all indicated a bad switch and someone talked about cleaning the switch with MAP cleaner fluid. I removed my old switch, cleaned and exercised it with Radio-Shack tuner cleaner (a staple in the shop since my last 951), and reinstalled the old switch. All lights now work as described in the manual. 20 minutes thanks to the instructions on this site and $0 cost. You should try this before you order the $100+ switch. Thanks to all who contribute. I will add to this knowledge base as I have relevant experiences. Tom
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