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is the secondary air pump the same on my 1999 Carrera the same part as a 2000 Carrera. when I look it up it shows: 1999 part: 996 605 103 01 2000 part: 996 605 104 01 Just trying to clarify if I can use the 996 605 104 01 on my 1999 Carrera.
Try 1013 or 1011 Thanks, That did the trick. Loren, It seems that I was mistaken the 1011 or 1013 code does not work. I have checked and my radio ser# is correct (15076978) Would you be so kind as to check for the code again. Thank you. 1013 is the code that I come up with - try codes 2 digits different from that code (i.e. 1011, 1009, 1015, 1017. etc.) Thank you it was 1015 and the radio is up and running.
Try 1013 or 1011 Thanks, That did the trick. Loren, It seems that I was mistaken the 1011 or 1013 code does not work. I have checked and my radio ser# is correct (15076978) Would you be so kind as to check for the code again. Thank you.
I have the EVO intake on my 06 C4S no problems. Was thinking it would make an ircreased sound of air intake, but I can hardly tell unless the top is down. I also had the GIAC flashing to the ECU.