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    Westford,Ma.
  • Porsche Club
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  • Present cars
    1999 996 C4 Tip<br />2002 A4q<br />1997 F150 Nascar edition<br />2012 Kia Sorento<br />2000 Buell Cyclone
  • Former cars
    1979 911SC<br />1971 911e
  1. If you poke in there a little then blow compressed air, you should hear air under the fender, showing a clear passage of some size
  2. Can you describe the repair? (99 996 c4 tip) I have the same condition, a little extra effort to get the pedal started, then it will stick partially down. I just wasted time and $ changing the m/cyl. But the fluid needed changing so not a total loss
  3. My manual has the "high tone" horn accessible from under the car, the "low tone" remove bumper cover
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