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  1. Hello All, I have been looking around to see if anyone has been able to get their Ipod to connect to their stock CD player. I do not have Nav or Bose or CD changer. I am using an FM Modulator but this sounds terrible. Any advice would be appreciated. I would also consider swapping out my stock CD for a aftermarket Nav unit but I have seen this is also a problem. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, CGO
  2. I have and like the Fabspeed...they have been on for a couple years. -C
  3. |Thanks Loren....I tried to order this part from Sunset but they say the number is not valid....any ideas? Thanks, Clint Hi, my system doesn't recognize that part number. It's either wrong or you don't have the ending #'s and or letters. Can you double check that for me. It makes it easier for me to double check it. There are many options on Cayennes also, maybe get me the vin# also to confirm that correct part. Thanks, Jeff. -----Original Message----- From: gustav356@comcast.net [mailto:gustav356@comcast.net] Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2005 3:48 PM To: Jeff Clark Subject: Secure Order From Clinton Olson Order information Quantity / Description 1 955 555 102 00 Right Side Light Olive Wood Small Door Trim Pc <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
  4. Thanks Loren.....But, I made a mistake....it is the driver side I Have...so I need the number for the Passenger side. Thank You again. Clint
  5. Hi Loren, Yes that is the piece. |Thanks, Clint
  6. Hello All, I have a US 04 Cayenne S and am in need of the Light |Olive Wood trim piece located in front of the interior door handle on the driver's door. |It is about 2 inches long. Any help would be great. Thanks, Clinton Olson
  7. Yes....those are the exact wheels on the car. I am sure your solution should work. Thank you! CO
  8. Hello All, I am considering purchasing a used 2004 GT3 but the car appears to have 9ff centerlock wheels installed. I don't care for the look of these wheels and would rather have the factory GT3 5 bolt rims installed. Does anybody know what is involved in swapping these two wheels sets and/or hubs. The car has factory PCCB as well. Thanks, Clinton Olson
  9. There are some images and info on edmunds.com in the future vehicles section. |I have already placed a deposit with my dealer to order another S.
  10. Just wanted to thank the god of Renntech.org for adding the 356 section. :clapping: I hope to see some posts here soon. Although I have owned several Porsches models since my Togo Brown 356 C......I still regret the day I sold it via phone to an enthusiast in Belgium. Anybody have a Togo Brown 356 C or SC for sale? CO
  11. Hello All......Just wondering if anybody on the forum has tackled switching their interior trim pieces to the wood or aluminum. If so what was the difficulty and what tools are required. My wife bought the olive wood set for me LAST Christmas and it is still sitting in the box. Any help would be appreciated. - CO
  12. Hello Porsche People - I currently own a Cayenne S and 99 C4 but am wondering why there is no section for 356'ers. This is such a great forum, I find it difficult to believe there are no 356 owners amongst us. Clint
  13. Hello All...there are 2 option codes on my 99 C4 which I cannot find a description for anywhere. They are X47 and X58....any ideas? Thanks...Clint
  14. I think one big item to look at closely is the Rear Main Seal....Make sure you have a mechanical inspection and have them examine the seal closely for any signs of leaking. I would feel better buying a 99 which had already had the seal replaced under warranty in the recent past to the new seal type which should hold up better. Also, take a real good listen in the car and let somebody else drive the vehicle. Listen for creaks and squeaks throughout the vehicle. My 99 seems to make more noise than my 84 Targa did!
  15. Thanks Eric....I think somebody jumped in on the thread......It hit close to 70 degress yesterday so I took the C4 out for an hour and half drive. There really was a big difference in ride quality over my last 35 degree outing. I installed the Fabspeed Exhaust on Saturday so I can enjoy the exhaust tune over any thumps and creaks. The exhaust and your advise about changing to the M3 has helped me stay on the true path.....although I am not ruling out upgrading to a newer model 996. Thanks again and thanks to all that recommended the FabSpeed Mufflers! -Clint
  16. How about the Bilstein PSS9 Suspension? Can this be adjusted to give a softer ride than the stock suspension? Just wondering if anyone has experience with this setup. Thanks, Clint 1999 C4
  17. Hello, I have seen some dealerships selling the PCM for around $3000......I originally wanted it with my Cayenne but could not find a vehicle in my area with PASM and PCM. Does anyone know how difficult the install would be?...the nearest dealership to me is 300 miles, so I would need to do it myself or have a local shop attempt this. Best regards, Clint
  18. Hello All, After test driving a new M3 with 19" rims, I realized how rough the ride is my C4. The car has the standard suspension with 18" rims. The roads here in Spokane are terrible as everyone drives around on studs for 6 months of the year, but that M3 put the hook in me....why should I be tolerating this bone jarring experience every time I take the C4 out? Before I stray down the path of BMW doom....Does anyone have any solutions or suggestions? I refuse to install the dinky 17" rims as they really look out of proportion with the car. Any tips would be well appreciated. Many thanks, Clint
  19. Hello Paul....the 3rd LED is for the optional 3rd locking diff that comes with the "off-road package...so I don't believe it will ever light up....I think this is somewhere in the manual. Regards - Clint
  20. Anyone have experience with these yet? I'm considering some for my Cayenne S. -CO
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