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Eric

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    charlotte NC
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  • Present cars
    99 996 c4
  • Former cars
    BMW
  1. Any one know a way, or if its possible to replace a oil filler tube without dropping the engine? The Porsche manual just shows two bolt replacement in their diagram. Easy Peasy. Seems to me I have to pull the alternator, and throttle valve assembly to even get close to changing the oil filler tube. Any knowledge would be appreciated!
  2. Just wondering if the camber adjustment is limited to the small cam adjustments located on my lower trailing arm, 99 C2. Also, the manual says to adjust just the (B) bolt cam, and not the (A) bolt cam. Seems to me they should be adjusted together to keep the wheel and tire tow the same. By the way, I bought the car lowered and I don't think it was done correctly. Thanks, Eric
  3. The Part number I used was 996-201-275-02. It is a updated part number. The end just pushes on, and squeezes off. It's kinda fun to get off. Eric
  4. I was replacing the coolent tank on my 99 996 when I pulled the, what I believe is the, return fule line appart. The line is below the coolant tank. It is heated and swedged to the fitting fastened on the fuel rails. I have Mac Givered the line with an insert and fuel hose clamps. I have not been able to identify, through my parts book or my Porshe DVD the part number or how to replace it. I am an ex race car owner-driver and seem to allways learn the hard way. I have looked at the line and it looks like it will be allot of fun to replace!!! Any help would be greatly appreciated. I would really like to replace the line with Porsche parts. Thanks! Eric P. S. I know what your thinking. I didn't race NASCAR !!!!
  5. When is it running rough? On a cold engine, when fully warmed up, idling, cruising, all the above? Make sure dip stick and oil cap are on tight. Idling. The dip and cap are on tight.
  6. I've used 10-40 syn since I owned the car 99 911 996 but just put 15-50 syn in. The car seems to run rough. Any input? The weather is about 80F. Thanks, Eric
  7. Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :clapping:
  8. Any one out there know how to get a hold of a Dansk representative? :help:
  9. I was sent the wrong cats by a company, who I will not mention, and they don't know what they are for. They think they are for a 986. They are Dansk 100 cell cats, I know not for a 996, but I don't know what year Boxster. There is a number 41016 stamped on both of them. If any one can help identify them please do. I have pictures of them and they look like 986 cats. If you want pictures I'll be glad to send them. Thanks, Eric
  10. P1123 menas tha the O2 sensor is reading Bank 1 as being RICH. I would first clean the MAF with electronics cleaner. Could also be a leaky injector or bad plugs. Thanks. I cleaned the MAF, I replaced the plugs 4 months or a thousand miles ago. Injectors I haven't checked. Eric Have an early 99 c4, that is 2 wheel drive. Took code with OBDII tester. If your car is 2 wheel drive, it is a C2. You may also just had a blip in the system. Try rebooting the computer by disconnecting the negative cable on the battery for 5 minutes. You will have to re-enter your radio code. It will also take a few drive cycles to get the idle back to normal and solid. Thanks! It is listed as a C4, but I realize it's a C2 by type. I'll try rebooting. Eric
  11. P1123 menas tha the O2 sensor is reading Bank 1 as being RICH. I would first clean the MAF with electronics cleaner. Could also be a leaky injector or bad plugs. Thanks. I cleaned the MAF, I replaced the plugs 4 months or a thousand miles ago. Injectors I haven't checked. Eric Have an early 99 c4, that is 2 wheel drive. Took code with OBDII tester.
  12. Check Engine Light came on error code P1123. Says engine bank 123 is running lean. I've looked and can find no one with this code. Any help? Eric
  13. :( Any one know where I can get Porsche fasteners, or dealer parts! I know they are small inexpensive parts, but I have ordered them from my local Porsche Dealer and they can't, or won't get them for me. I went online and ordered them from a Porsche Dealer and have had no reply. Any one have any ideas? Eric
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