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About 70Sixter

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  • Birthday 03/29/1948

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    Surf City, NC
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    70 914-6, 04 Boxster S, 2016 981 Spyder
  • Former cars
    66 912, 70 911S (2.5L), 70 914-6, 84 944

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  1. I recently bought a GoGroove mini Bluetooth adaptor with fm transmitter. Work fine playing music or phone calls over my CDR-23. Audiophiles might not like music, but it is fine for my retired Marine damaged hearing. And phone is great improvement over earpiece.
  2. I believe the key must be programmed for your car. By PIWIS, maybe PST-2 can still do it.
  3. I don't think the 2004 Box CDR-23 has speed controlled volume like earlier cars. It has another name Audio something that is supposed to adjust sound to ambient noise. Can't tell a difference on mine.
  4. Also recommend an oil sample analysis. Copper from rod and main bearings non-ferrous, but not black. Some aluminum also.
  5. +1 on LN spin-on and add the magnetic drain plug. Napa Platinum also good in 1042 IIRC.
  6. Check LN site. He no longer recommends one of the Napa filters, but I forget the number and am not near garage. The ss version looks good and might be on with my next oil chane at 5k miles.
  7. Have had the LN spin on for several years. Bought directly from Charles at LN. Fine piece of machine work.
  8. Agree with Joe Gibbs break in oil. Followed by JG Driven 5w-40 hi-ZDDP oil.
  9. I used denatured alcohol on my Box and Isopropyl on wife's BMW. DENATURED was far better. Just don't let it get into the mirror cover hinges.
  10. Just tell Eric at Bumper Plugs the color.
  11. I'd say demonic possession or a failing relay. Didn't check the circuit diagram tho. Hard to diagnose while it is working.
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