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Yes, the 06 came with compressor and tire sealant. Have read posts about the tire sealant taking up to 3 hrs to work though. I have never heard of tyre weld in the US. What is it?
My recent purchase of a 2006 C4S Cab is the first car I have owned where I am not planning on carrying a spare tire. I am trying to think of creative ways to get home if I do have a flat but I know those of you who have been long term owners must have faced this problem before. What are your "words of wisdom" for surviving the flat with no spare experience? Thanks!
Thanks for the replies. The screen I am referring to is the small screen in the bottom of the tach where the digital speed is displayed. On my menu choice I have no reference to Tires. Also, the valve stems are rubber, not metal. I am concluding that I do not have TPMS. Was TPMS an option in 2006 for a C4S Cab with 19 in. wheels? I have a printout the Porsche dealer did for me by running the VIN and there is no listing of TPMS. Therefore, I don't believe the ad for this car was correct in saying that it was a purchased option. Any other thoughts? Can TPMS be installed by a dealer? Has anybody added it after the factory?
Just purchased a 2006 911 Carrera 4S Cab with 21K miles. No PCM manual with the car and no original window sticker. When I scroll through the onboard computer menu I do not see any option to look at tire pressure. The sale ad and last owner indicated that the car had this feature. How do I know if I have it or is it turned off or not working?