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Hello All, I got Air bag code 21, some posts say to replace the clock spring and some say to check the front left crash sensor. I don't have a spare clock spring laying around so I thought I'd start withe the crash sensor. Anyone have a photo or two or a good diagram on where I can find it? Believe the part number is 996.618.221.00. Thanks in advance!
Anyone? I'm willing to pay a few bucks to use it. Thanks, Len
Hi, Anyone have Durametric software or PST2 or PIWIS tester near Cherry Hill, NJ 08003? I want to accomplish two things: 1-Enable the OBC that shows outside temp etc, I bought the 4th stalk and installed. Just need to enable in software now. 2-Need to reset the Airbag light. I Replace steering wheel, airbag & clock spring, so needs resetting. (I've heard it may require reprogramming. Not exactly sure what that entails. Any ideas?) 2000 996 C2 Thanks, Len
Unwrapped and checked both harnesses, no black with blue. Any other ideas? Is model year something other than it being a 2000? Is that what the M96.04 means?
So far so good! Just over 1500 miles on the rebuilt engine from EBS Racing out of Nevada. They forgot to mail a few gaskets but sent right out after I called. Good telephone support! Now working on the convertible top :thumbup:
Please help, I've looked and looked but can't find this elusive Reverse Wire under the seat or anywhere else near. I have a 2000 996 cab, no Bose, no memory seats. I just can't see why it would even be coming to the alarm unit. Thanks!
From the quote, looks like everything is touched and or replaced inside and out. Take a look at the image and let me know if anything seems missing. Also, still hoping someone has had actual experience with and engine rebuild by EBS Racing.
Anyone have any experience buying a rebuilt engine from EBS Racing / EBS Co in Reno, NV? I've been working with Don Weaver at EBS on getting a 996 3.4L rebuilt engine. So far so good, the quote was very detailed, comes with 1yr warranty, price without shipping for the long block ~$9k. Comes with LN IMS Bearing and some other upgrades. Thoughts/Comments?
lendy replied to 996C4SC's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)So what was the outcome? Anyone buy a rebuilt 3.4 engine from them?
Thanks all for the incredible feedback. I'm finding what I need is a reliable indie shop in South New Jersey. Anyone have a suggestion?
Hello All, Found I have the Intermix problem on a 2000 996 with 73k miles. The oil cooler is solid so must be the engine the dealer tells me. Anyone have any experience with Motor Meister rebuilds? http://www.motormeister.com/suz/911_engines/911_engines_5.htm The price is about $6k to rebuild my engine, sound fair?