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tommy3rd

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About tommy3rd

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    Northern New Jersey
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  • Present cars
    2003 carrera 4 cabriolet
    2004 BMW X3
    2005 Toyota Sienna
  • Former cars
    2000 MB C230
    2004 Subaru WRX
    2008 Jeep Wrangler
  1. is it safe to assume that this is not a critical part and won't cause further damage if not replaced right away?
  2. ok, replaced all plugs and coil packs but cylinder 1 misfire (p0301) still happens only when it rains a lot. is there anything else that would throw that error when something gets wet? the car runs great and sounds great, even when the CEL gets triggered. The CEL error is more of an annoyance than a problem.
  3. there should be instructions in the manual on how to manually retract the roll bar.
  4. what is the biggest and most important thing to do at 60k? I inquired with the dealer here and was quoted a price of $1800 and was wondering if it's the labor that's the killer.
  5. in my other manual tranny car that experienced a high pitched whine that goes away with acceleration ended up being the throwout bearing.
  6. as a 911 newbie myself, i would also like to know what other north easterners do in the winter months...
  7. folks here from north jersey seem to like and recommend powertech in rockaway. I'll use them when the time comes. Unfortunately, I had to go to a dealer to order an extra key.
  8. I did. I assume you got the same generic "we're working on it" answer with no definite timeframe on when it will be available. :-)
  9. if only you could get durametric to make a native OSX version, i'd be all over it!
  10. if you need to reset the airbag light, you might need a Porsche specific reader/software like durametric, PIWIS or PST2. If you get durametric, you'll need to run it under emulation or bootcamp.
  11. i looked into it and saw that some of the reviews were not that good. As a mac user, i ended up getting movi by yhasi and am very happy with it.
  12. Thanks again! you've been great and this site is awesome! It made me want to donate! keep up the great work!
  13. 2003 carrera 4. the interior i think is lite gray. here's my link http://www.megapathdsl.net/~tommy3rd/Porsche/#IMG_0069.JPG
  14. my son must have kicked it getting out. is this a user replaceable part?
  15. the only CEL i got was a misfire on cylinder 1 (P0301) when it rained here for a week. when things dried and I cleared the error, the error hasn't returned. i wasn't concerned when it happened because the engine still sounded normal.
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