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boldstep replied to boldstep's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Thanks Loren. So what I got out of those threads is a) the flashing lights means there is a fault in the tranny, B) there should be fault codes associated with it and c) I should read out those codes. I already had the tranny fluid changed within the last 15k so that is probably not the issue.
Yesterday I came to a light and the "D" and "4" started alternating flashing on my 2001 996 tiptronic. It soon stopped and is back to normal. I have heard this is "limp mode". Would you recommend taking it in to read out the code? Is this the sign of any issue I should be aware of? THANKS!
Thanks for the links. Will try taking off the fender liner and see what is happening when squirting.
It seems like way too much water for it to be directing used fluid to the drains.
Hi I have a 2001 996 and I see a lot of windshield fluid leaking out of the driver side wheel well when I squirt my windshield fluid. There are no leaks in the area under the plastic covers where the tubing is for the squirters. Seems like the pump is located on top of the driver's side wheel well but I can't see it. Any diagrams folks can share or suggestions on what it might be? Thanks in advance!
boldstep replied to boldstep's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Great feedback! Thanks everyone!
Here's a video of my 2001 cab 996 window going down. Both windows do this. The rubber folds inward as the windows go down. Is this normal? Then at the end, the window kind of bottoms out, making a thud, as the rubber stops resisting the glass. Would be nice if it didn't do this! Ideas? IMG_1326.MOV
I notice my 2001 996 top won't retract at anything other than stand still. Has anyone tried work arounds to allow retraction of the top when moving? It would be very convenient to have this feature when going in virtually standstill traffic on a hot day, for example. Thanks!
I had my top in service position and already had the back carpet out, thus I was able to get to all the screws in the back area also. You might need to pop the tension straps and remove rear carpet to get to the back parts. I highly recommend E6000 glue and metal washer to re-create the bolt hole to hold the top properly. Thanks. Does anyone have an exploded diagram of how of to get this part out?
So you covered the roll bar pieces with black cloth? Do you have a photo?
This is GREAT info!!! Thank you! Were all the screws holding the piece in place accessible through the back seat area? How many screws hold it in place? I think you are right that the tab is broken; will follow your repair suggestions but first I'd like to take it out and have new material put on it.
I cleaned my drains as stated above and I am still getting water into my rear carpet area! I have a cabriolet. I even tried putting water into the drainage holes above the wheels and the water came right out the drain. Are there any other places to look for improper drainage?
Sorry to hear this... I just had the same water issue in my cab but fixed the drainage issue BEFORE the electrical damage set in. See the thread for clearing the drains: It's an easy DIY (and that's saying something coming from me! :-))