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Just checking back here to let everyone know that I have had no issues with the spoiler since rebuilt with cabriolet hydraulics in Fl. One year down and very pleased with the service!!!!
I have used the rebuild option mentioned above from Cabriolet Hydraulics in Fl. Works great and has been about 4 months or so with no issues. Company is great and best customer service I have experienced. Highly recommended and comes with a good warranty as well. Just my $.02
I have a 2001 996 TT and am looking for any navigation discs for the east coast US. I have a few but definitely need more. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I plan to upgrade the whole unit but in the mean time it would be nice to utilize it. Thanks!
I know it has been awhile since you posted this jpflip "Just a note for people with spoiler hydraulic problems. Just found on the net a guy in Florida that fix the hydraulic unit. If anyone ever used them please post your result...http://cabriolethydr...-hydraulics.php" but I just received my actuator assembly back from that company. Had it in for a few days and no issues yet. I will post back with long term results but it comes with a three year warranty and the customer service aspect of the business was outstanding. I spoke to them three or four times before electing to send my parts to them. They do not just "rebuild" the system, they upgrade the entire unit to ensure whatever original design flaws exist are addressed properly. If anyone is thinking of going with this company I recommend it. The whole thing cost me $700.00 plus shipping and again, 3 year warranty.