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I had to do this on the drivers side rear to get to the potentiometer. There are two clips on mine that aren't mentioned. I recommend: 2a. remove the speaker grill 2b. remove the speaker (one torx screw at top, then an L-shaped plastic tab at the bottom. 2c. Unplug the speaker. 2d. There are two clips on either side of the speaker - one to the left which you have to squeeze tabs to release and another to the right with a pin at the bottom and a clip (that pulls out) at the top. I ended up following the directions listed above and broke the plastic clip on the left side. I was able to glue it back but a typical aged plastic piece.
babylonboots started following 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)
babylonboots replied to Oscarvan's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)3.6 Engine CL This may be an option for you - I saw this on CL in Denver. $6500 is a good price.
babylonboots replied to seanmcr6's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Rock chip? How's that... What kind of rock would get in the crevice like that. It looks like screwdriver chip to me, top and bottom.
Sounds like a good engagement gift from her father. I mean, how can you place a value on the love between a father and daughter...
babylonboots replied to Gyorgy's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa):drive:
I replaced my CD holders with the shelf. A thought occurred to me (a mind is a dangerous thing) re: power outlets. I purchased a multi-power port (12V & USB) that I'm going to wire into the cigarette lighter to provide additional spots for GPS, Radar detector, phone charging etc. I plan to attach the port to the shelf with velcro and wire through back of shelf (out of sight). I'll still be able to put items in the tray, but have the added power ports. I'll take some before / after photos to illustrate the process.
Are there any "Customer Testimonials" on this yet? Inquiring minds want to know...
Cool. Can't wait to check the site out.
The manufacturer's shipping is taking far longer than I had planned, but they should be en route. I'll keep you guys posted on when they become available, which should be soon, but I won't know until they get here. Thanks for your continued interest! Can you provide any rough ideas as to installation details & level of difficulty? Thanks hilo!
I wonder if Weathertech makes them. They have high quality products... Will check... Bingo... Here's the link for mine - 2001 C4 Cab911 C4 Cab mats
So, what's the latest on these? Needing another winter project... If I wait too long, may have to Fiskerize my exhaust... :drive:
I was at the Porsche dealership last month and one father just bought his son a new turbo GT3 after graduating from college with a 4.0 average - that was the deal, he get a 4.0 and dad would buy him whatever car he wanted. I would have loved to have a 911 when I was 16. In retrospect, probably best that I waited a few years till the testosterone levels declined to a reasonable level and my driving skills came up to a reasonable level. Your son may be an exception to the rule and not to mention the stats that insurance companies collect about teenage drivers. Personally, I'd get him a less powerful fuel efficient car that he could learn on first, then dangle the pcar carrot out there for a reward for accident / ticket free driving when he graduated, turned 18, got into college, etc., etc.. You should visit www.wreckedexotics.com and read some of the stories about teenage drivers with high performance vehicles... Whatever your decision, I wish your son all the best. He's lucky to have parents like y'all. Be safe!
babylonboots replied to Loren's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Keep us posted! Can't learn enough about these great automobiles.
Thanks. Looks promising. That mod makes the top work as you'd expect it to. Can it stop opening or closing as well, e.g. for an emergency situation?