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Kevin M.

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  1. I had my shop try this fix on my CTTS and so far so good, we reinforced it more than he did. http://rennlist.com/forums/porsche-cayenne-forum/825226-cardan-shaft.html
  2. I had same cracked hose, and T pipe cracked, also when changing air filters I noticed the hose attached to air box had come off, excited to think this could be the problem, but it wasn't. Check your hose, it's visible with a green connector on passenger side airbox.
  3. I have the same exact problem on my 04 S, I also notice when I enter my garage which is at fairly steep angle it tends to cause the idle to dip more so than a normal stop and causes the car to vibrate. I just did the idle reset as well.
  4. Loren, I need to do the same thing, can you direct me to a direct link to the diagram? Thanks
  5. Congrats on your 996 and welcome to the board, the dealer sells the kit or check eBay. I'd stick with the factory carbon.
  6. Congrats on your 996 and welcome to the board, the dealer sells the kit or check eBay. I'd stick with the factory carbon.
  7. Yes, but dealer confirmed coolant, leaky plastic pipes. Do you have a TSB for the replacement pipes?
  8. It's ATF, coming from that black piece in the middle picture around the seal. No warranty, just my handy hands. Loren any PDF's on the replacing that seal?
  9. Well she has sprung a leak....I've found where it's coming from... Any takers on the fluid and where?
  10. I can't believe know one has suggested pull the instrument cluster and pop the bulb out :)
  11. From what I recall the only screws are the two on the side, and also another one that is in the right corner behind that headlight switch your trying to replace. Once those are out, it does take some effort to pull it out. Hope this helps
  12. I've been called a lot of things, and genius isn't on of them :thumbup: Glad it worked for you!
  13. Loren any PDF's on installing mud flaps, not for me! a friend :)
  14. Gary, there is a set on ebay.. Sport Exhuast on ebay
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