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    Porsche 996 turbo cab

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  1. Ladt week I was asked to assist with a PPI on a 2019 991.2 GT3 RS since I have a PIWIS 3. As part of the electronic check they requested to perform an oil level check. The PIWIS3 had checked everything else fine including a full VAL ( 111 pages) report. However when we tried to run the oil level check with the PIWIS it gave error message as shown in attachment . The car performed it's own oil level check fine. The 2 days later the same PIWIS3 ran the same check on a 991.2 fine but when plugged into a 991.2 GT2 RS it failed again but this time the message screen in the car turned red and stayed that way until the car had been driven about 15 minutes and then all was normal.
  2. Hi There. I am after porsche 9pa service / workshop manuals. Any chance you could help please.

  3.  I am not a part of Renntech but I appreciate the support and advice I can find here.  I am a contributing member and I'm happy to assist any and all contributing members of Renntech.  Send me a private message and a direct email.


    Thanks Loren

  4. I realize your post re: the Carrera GT Workshop Manual is old but do you still have a set or are you in touch with one?





  5. Another problem may be the PDF PET hasnt been updated since 2005. If you need a supplement or additional TSB let me know and Illl search for it.
  6. I know most want to make their Pprsche faster. I know I'm in the minority that think my 996TT is more than fast enough as stock, however I am interested in the opposite... making t stop better. How much is the differnence in stopping distance between original 01 to 04 996TT brakes and installing a set of Big Reds?
  7. I'm in Miami too. Easiest resource to mee to with Porsxhe enthusiasts is the monthly Porsche and Pancakes sponsored and posted by the Gold Coast PCA
  8. Avoid Prototech. I and many others on similar boards have had problems with and from them. Naples and Fort Lauderdale are 100 miles apart what area are you in and I'll give you better and more convenient.
  9. I've been using a PIWIS 3 for a little while and it works great and runs circles around the PIWIS 2. I found intro s faster and easier in almost every aspect except checking overrevs. In the PIWiS 3 I've had to run a full VAL ( about 98 pages) and then having to save as PDF and then reading the PDF. Anyone have a faster easier way to display overrevs on a PIWIS 3?
  10. What car and year and do you have PSY2? Durametric tool? PIWIS? Ofcourse the IPAS code for your Porsche?
  11. All dealers and most Porsche repair shops can get the codes ( from a dealer ) bit they will need your in AND registration in hand.
  12. I'm about to replace front and rear wheel bearings. Should I get sets from Porsche ( Porsche OEM included) or is there a better or preferential set. Keep in mind this is my daily driver ( I hate slow traffic ).
  13. Do you actually know the numbers involved? I"m surprised you think you have any idea what the actual numbers are.
  14. I think the LNN is overpriced and have heard from more than a few Porsche shops that LNN doesn't stand by their product after the 1 year warranty is up. I haven't heard of any failures yet from the EPS IMS upgrade/replacement.
  15. Best prices on 100% Sachs clutch kit for the 996TT is on eBay. It seems a Sach distributor is selling them below what I know a couple Porsche parts distributors can buy them at..
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