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    PCGB (Porsche Club Great Britain)
  • Present cars
    Porsche C2 Cab
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    BMW 530i Individual<br />Honda S2000
  1. I agree with PESuazo. The 'bypass' mod is very popular as its really cheap and effective. The sound produced is amazing.
  2. I am so pleased that you managed to get it all sorted. Persistence paid off!!
  3. Guys, Thanks for all the suggestions. I think I will book it into my local Indy and get them to have a look. I do not really want to start messing around with the adjustments, but it look slike that may be the issue. Thank you so much
  4. Hi Everyone, Just put my hardtop on ready for the winter. The first time its been on since I had the car. Put the front in first and carefully dropped the back, lining up the pins with holes. Used the allen key and turned until it clicked once. Looked wierd as there was a gap of around an inch all the way round, but its on tight. Is this right?? The problem I now have is that the front windows go up and down fine. The drivers side rear window seems to get jammed and eventually comes up after a few presses. Once it starts going up its fine. Does anyone know about this problem and what
  5. Does anyone have the link for the procedure. Mine is slowing up as well. Thanks
  6. Wow!!! That is cheap. They go for about £750 to £1500 (the ones I have seen anyway)
  7. A hardtop is a good thing to have. Our winters here in the UK can be pretty harsh. Does a better job of kepping the cold out as well.
  8. I have a tooki bluetooth kit installed for my iphone 4. had initial problems syncing phone book. try this on the phone first: Go to 'settings' 'general' 'bluetooth' select the blue arrow next to device. in your case ' dension 500' check and see if 'sync contacts' is on that was my problem. If not make sure your firmware is up to date as well.
  9. Thanks for the tips guys. As suggested, got the wife to turn steering whilst i had look around. The noise is coming from outside the car in the front and really only happens on start up and sharp movements of the steering wheel. Thoughts anyone?
  10. Thanks for the tips. I am going to get a 'helper' to try to isolate where and when it happens. So annoying and embarrassing......
  11. Hey Hans, Thnaks for the reply. My problem occurs when I start the car. When turning the steering quickly left and right' you can hear it. The wheel does not need to be locked. It generally happens when you are at stand still. Will keep you posted, but just want to find out the problem and if its dangerous. Its 'bugging' the hell out of me. :censored:
  12. Hi there, Could be fuse, Its located in footwell. On my car its the fourth row of fuses, third on in from the left which is a 30A fuse. Have a look, could be an easy fix. Otherwise could be mean getting it seen to by a someone that knows. There are so many things that could be an issue, Hydraluic fluid running low, fuse blown, motor gone etc. I take it, that the roof is up at the moment then.
  13. Hi Phillip, It is a hydraulic squeak which sounds like its inside the car. COuld be wrong and its outside but I am sure its inside. Update. I have isolated the noise now. It happens when I turn the steering. It does not happen all the time. Any ideas, because its really bugging me now
  14. Hi Phillip, It is a hydraulic squeak which sounds like its inside the car. COuld be wrong and its outside but I am sure its inside.
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