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I'm in the process of replacing the original (rusty) bleed screws on all the callipers on my 2003 986. Unfortunately, whilst trying to carefully remove one which was really rusted, the bleed screw came out in one piece but it would appear that some of the thread within the caliper itself has been damaged. Grateful for advice on whether or not rethreading is feasible, and the tap size needed. I didn't see anything like this covered under the suspension/brake sub-forum. Thank you.
It might be an idea to put the vehicle on level ground, clear the codes that you have, start it and see what codes are coming back.
Tiptronic transmission. Problem occurs when going uphill. ATF 'sloshing' effect? I'd be inclined to first check the fluid level in my transmission.
wizard replied to greg0078's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)This should help to solve the problem ... http://www.pedrosgarage.com/Site_5/Worst_Case_Scenario.html Please ignore the above. These are instructions that I 'store away' in case I need them. However, having only now read it, I see that they say it requires headlight removal ... and, unless I'm mistaken, access through the 'frunk' is required to remove the headlight !!!! I seem to recall reading that carefully levering the headlight up with a thin hard-rubber wedge between the bottom of the headlight and body reveals the emergency release wire. ... but, that's obviously not the proper procedure.
Just to rule out the obvious, you have presumably tried a selection of other CDs to ensure that it's the player at fault? Is the CD itself hot when it's ejected?
"- Occurs when starting to accelerate from standstill" ... after releasing your handbrake? "After accelerating from stop the noise will stop after a few seconds" .... Does the GTS have separate drum brakes for the handbrake? Binding brake shoes?
Marcio, with respect, that is not the way to go about it. I would strongly suggest that you search YouTube for a video tutorial on draining a Cayenne cooling system and follow that. Whilst I'm not familiar with PEAK products, I believe that their pre-diluted (50:50) 'Global Lifetime' coolant would be OK. It would, however, be advisable to confirm that.
Just to add to what Dennes33 has advised, you should completely drain and flush your cooling system prior to finally putting in coolant/distilled water. A mixture of the residual additive that you earlier put in and coolant could have unwelcome consequences.
wizard replied to Ric4s's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)On the assumption that your 'Check Engine' light is not flashing, checking alternator output is a straight forward task with a multimeter/crocodile clips. The positive pole in the engine compartment will provide the most accurate readings when starting from cold/at full operating temperature/with A/C and lights on. What readings are you getting from the instrument cluster under the foregoing conditions? As you will probably have to disconnect the battery at some point (reset codes), there's a process that needs to be carried out to correctly reset everything. Somewhere in the 996 forum (?) there's a detailed description of that process from a contributor called Richard Hamilton. I'll try to find that for you.
Oops ;) As ttocs suggests, you have presumably checked that your battery is holding its charge? Has any work been done on your transmission?