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Final update on this - I had forgotten this topic. The MAF that I had replaced was obviously not the correct MAF. I purchased one from Pelican Parts and all issues were solved and all HP was there. You know I sold this car; my little girl got bigger and I'm now in a Panamera Turbo - but boy do I miss the 996tt. Was a monster car. One day when my little one is too big I hope to return to the 911 platform. Not rushing that though -- my daughter is already growing up too quickly... I hope this helps someone!
Yep I used super bright LEDs site to replace all but the vanity mirror and the reversing lights. I actually tried to do the reversing lights but I think mine are sealed differently than expected.
Thank you for the follow up on the window switch. You shouldn't have to push like that. Glad it's getting fixed.
Did you ever come to a resolution on these fault codes?
I'd have to agree with UMW's tune -- had one on my 996tt (before trading it) -- man do I miss it. Smooth and very drivable out of boost, and in boost, torque like you cannot believe. :) Switched from GIAC to UMW as Kevin's tune was not just about raw power - it had drivability factors such as torque coming in sooner. Of course I have no affiliation with UMW or Kevin. Just a hope my 981CS will someday perform like that (not likely to have that kind of HP/Torque)
So I purchased my vehicle from the dealership without custom ordering and until my wife recently obtained a new Macan Turbo with leather I had forgotten what I was missing :) Any part numbers for leather dash (black), door panels (black), etc? Thank you for any and all help!
Hi There Has anyone accomplished a DIY Oil Change? I am nearing the after breaking and am thinking it would be good to do. Photos and/or even torque specs would be GREATLY appreciated. If not possibly I'll be creating the guide myself (but unfortunately missing the torque specifications)
clorigo replied to clorigo's topic in 95B (Macan, Macan S, Macan GTS, Macan Turbo, Macan S Diesel)Thx! I cannot tell you how many times my wife has said how much she loves to drive it. I have to say I enjoy driving it myself :) So far so good on the carefree miles. The known bugs are there (rear wiper fluid leak, alarm, etc) but really that does not take away from the enjoyment of driving. Would love to have you guys join in on the experience. :)
clorigo posted a topic in 95B (Macan, Macan S, Macan GTS, Macan Turbo, Macan S Diesel)Purchases a Macan Turbo with my wife! It's her DD - and she loves it!
Did you end up just pulling it out or are their screws?