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  1. Oh dear! Thanks for the wise words Silver TT. Sadly I've already started, update to follow...... Chris
  2. Good morning, thanks for the above. I totally agree, so yesterday I started by removing the diff to see if the washer could have fallen in there. Short answer, it couldn't! I then removed the gearbox. I now need to decide whether to be brave/stupid enough to attempt to partially strip it enough to get to the bits I've lost inside it. I don't have access to a repair manual so to be honest I would just have to start undoing bolts and see how it develops....... Has anyone partially stripped the box and can offer any advice please? Cheers Chris
  3. Hello all, I'm sorry that my first post is one asking for help but here goes.. Whilst I had a little time on my hands this morning I decided to finally change the transmission oil in my 996.2 GT3. Carefully avoiding the schoolboy error of making sure the fill plug was loose before draining, I made a much larger error and removed a plug next to the passenger side drive shaft (US passenger side!). This is a towards the top of the drive shaft just in front of it. The plug has a pin on it and there was a spacer washer in the diff housing and of course it dropped into the working area of the diff
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