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    1999 Porsche 911 Carerra
  1. I'm replacing both plastic headlight brackets (the whole thing) on a 1999 911 Carrera, due to broken brackets where the electrical socket sits. These are the plastic mounts where the headlights slide into. I'm just trying to figure out if there's some trick to getting these things lined up right. The three (3) knurled nuts, washers, star bolts just kind of wiggle around in the slots in the metal fender part. I keep loosing up, re-adjusting, and tightening them down but haven't got the headlights to line up with the fender opening quite right. Figured I'd ask before I did too much hair pulling. There's got to be an easier method. Thanks
  2. Anyone know where I can get a replacement rail? The entire thing?
  3. Ok, got it! It worked. Thanks much!!
  4. I have a 1999 Porsche 911 Carerra. It's idleing too fast - about 3K when started. I can go back in the engine compartment and pull the throttle cable down to meet the idle adjustment screw and then it slows down to a respectible 1K rpm, but it's as if the cable is too short. There seems to be some sort of adjustment at the pedal, but I can't seem to turn the knurled knob there. I think my problem is just that the cable is too short and I need a way to length it or adjust the cable so the idler cam falls against the idle screw instead of being pulled out a bit. Anyone able to help me on this? I'm afraid I'm just an amatuer "wheeler dealer mechanic"... Thanks
  5. 1999 Porsche 911 Carerra Becker CR-210 Model: R-3297 W5020584
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