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    Texas, USA
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    996 Turbo Artic Silver
  1. Hello All, On my 996 Turbo, one of the rear bumper black buffer is coming loose, there is a crack in the rightside aluminum piece, bolted to the long bar where the black buffer connect to. Welding is an option or replace the whole long reinforcement bar. If to be replace, are the bar part the same for all 996 or are they different sizes between Carrera, C4 and Turbo? Thanks for any suggestions and advices. ngb996
  2. Got the malfunction light on the spoiler on my 996 01 Turbo. Fixed it using WD40 to clean the spoiler rods once raised up manually. Once cleaned smoothly, few sprays down the shaft, it should work normally again. No more warning light. Good luck.
  3. Howdy to all Porscher far and near, this site is Great !

  4. You are the One with the 996 Turbo Repair Manual, may I please get a copy, thank you.

  5. Try 4731 The magic number works like a charm, thank you.
  6. Dear Loren, Please help with this serial number, CDR-220 Becker S.N# Y5060915 Thank you berry much
  7. Dear Loren, Please help with this serial number, CDR-220 Becker S.N# Y5060915 Thank you berry much
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