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    2005 997 C2 coupe
    912-911 bastard 2.2 coupe
  1. The Next day tiptronic shifter back to normal it fixed itself, I have no idea why it's better hope it stays this way, if it gets happens again i will post back...

  2. I have the same problem with triptonic shifter being hard to move in a 2005 997 C2. I called the dealer service manager said he had seen this problem once before. The dealer asked me if anything was ever spilled in there, since i bought it used with 48k on it i have no history on it. It sounds like a grease thing to me taking it apart today to investigate as i have only a limited PowerPoint warranty. WWW.macarbon.com has instructions how to remove most of the center console stuff around the shifter, we will see.
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