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I had my system totally flushed and replenished in August and all was well until last week. Before the above I could heard a gassing noise from the passenger footwell when the air con was on. The noise has recently reappeared albeit two months after it being serviced. Has anybody else had this noise or can they shed any light as to what it my be or a solution? Many thanks.
michelin started following Removing the headlamp tray on my 997, Air Con serviced and replenished: Gassing noise from passenger footwel, How to remove... and and 3 others
michelin replied to 500's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)What if you don't have the Sports Chrono? I've had the glovebox out and still to no avail. :-(
michelin replied to michelin's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)Apologies. I'll reply to the pm so you can see what you sent me. Thanks
michelin replied to michelin's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)Hi Loren I have an annoying rattle jjust above the glovebox and I have the pm you sent. What Iam puzzled with is the prelim bits. any chance of a heads up on these please? Cheers buddy.
Guys, thanks to all who have contributed. I sprayed some silicone liquid and, for the time being, its quiet. The dash rattle is still there. I've had the PCM out but nothing obvious. The car is going to sleep tomorrow for winter so these are now jobs for April. Many thanks to all.
I've tried to search the workshop manual for removing the rear windows but to no avail. I realsie the rubber comes off on the inside but how does the glass come out? Thanks for your help.
Hi Loren, My car is a 2006 C2.
This is driving me around the bend! Has anybody else had it and know of any fixes? Also I'm noticing a rattle from underneath the centre of the dashboard. Arrgghhhhhhh. Is it a window out job? If so, how? I've searched the workshop manual but to no avail. I have manged to look inside and there is a rubber seal that goes all around the window, this will pull off I think. Cheers
Subscribed. This a retrofit I need to do. Does anybody have a list of the parts? Cheers
Cheers Mos for the reply. I have actually, luckily enough, sourced two complete door handles with leather. The condition of the leather is superb. I was trying to see of I could just replace the leather without having to take the door panel off and replace the whole handle. It's looking like I will have to now. I suppose it's not a waste of time as I can Waxoyl inside etc. :thumbup:
The leather is worn and marked from the previous owners rings etc. I realise the actual pull is secured from inside the door therefore necessitating panel removal but is the leather that is attahced to it easily removed without taking the panel off? Cheers
michelin replied to Henrik68's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)Hi Hennrik I had the exact same issue to yourself. It has now been solved. 1. Make sure all of your tyres are the same make. Porsche are very fussy when it comes to tyres. In the manual it says to always have the same manufacturer on all 4 wheels. 2. Make sure your front splitter is intact and present. 3. Finally get a quality wheel alignment carried out on the car. I use a place here in the Uk called Center Gravity. They are excellent. Have a look at their website to get an appreciation of what you should be aiming for. Cheers Peter
Hi Any ideas on how to do this? I tried to remove the headlamp and I turned the bar the wrong way......snap went the bar. I have wheels off and assume bumper plus liners have to come off too. Once all these are off is it a simple case of undoing a few bolts and viola the tray is out? Cheers
Lowering my C2