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  1. If you remove fuel rail bolt (the fuel injection rail end plug) 19mm it's very important from the porsche workshop manual you need to counter when loosen and tighten. 'Counter' meaning hold 18mm bolt on the bottom of the 19mm the fuel rail is made of softer metal brass if you crack or break this would be bigger and costly problem. I only read this in the workshop manual afterward nothing bad happend but it could. 22 ft lb tightening torque.
  2. 2002 996 C2 65k mile, coolant tank replacement 1) Use method of your choice to remove coolant below the coolant tank. 2) Remove air cleaner, air pump. 3) Lower engine (really not that bad) basically put piece of wood on jack. jack point the small 2 rectangle shape behind the oil pan, jack up slightly to put load on the jack. (lift the car suspension up 1" or less NOT the car tires stay on ground) Unbolt the two 18mm engine mount bolt. Make sure the jack is solid, you can stack something on the both sides under the oil pan (old phone books, wood ..) just in case your jack gives out.
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