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Thank you Loren
I tried the link noted for PIWIS but got this 'The website declined to show this web page'. Not sure how to get around that one. What I am trying to do is put a set of 2010 997 GT3 adaptive sport seats in my 2009 Cayman S with standard seats. I need to know the pin-outs/wiring diagrams for the main seat connectors, the large yellow ones. Thanks, Alan
Alan C. replied to bkelly's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)I used GE once and had good luck with them. They paid for a transmission repair with no problems. The dealer said they were easy t work with.
Isn't there something in the owner's manual about adjusting the lights? It seems there is a sequence with the lights and ignition key.
Alan C. replied to bnewport's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)I know of two people that used Motormeister, I would go elsewhere.
Alan C. replied to Ahsai's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)How much time is on the brake fluid?
Oh, and Chris, I'm still loving those GHL Louds especially with the K&N CAI :) Jeff
I recently purchased a set of high flow cats for the 02 996. When I started to install them I found that the O2 sensors would not connect like the OEM cats. The sensor down stream of the header connects to the same OE location. However the sensor after the cat will now have to hook to the opposite side due to the sensor location in the pipe. The sensor bung on the driver side cat lies directly beneath the passenger side O2 sensor, the reverse for the other side. In effect the muffler side sensors will be crossed. Of course I could splice and lengthen the wires but I'd rather not modify the OE wires. Any thoughts on this being an issue as the cross is after the cats. Still kind of strange.
I had Sumi's on my 02 996 and they weren't bad at all.
Alan C. replied to geza's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Putting a wrap on your headers is a good way to shorten their life.
Alan C. replied to wdlong1's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Not an answer to your question but I rencently put the X74 package on my 02 996 and it is great. Way better than the stock musho suspension.
Alan C. replied to peter-pa31's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Loren, Thanks for the info. I thought the '02' did not have the MOST system.
I just tried to loosen the nut and the bolt just broke off. Now I have a loose tip and the need to drill out the old bolt and install a new one. At least that way if the new bolt coms loose a bit I won't have to worry about the tip coming off at speed on the highway since the slot will still be intact.
By any chance have you looked at your oil. Probably not an issue but it might be worth checking for any signs of contamination. Also might want to prressure test the system to see if it is holding pressure. If the coolant is leaking while the car is hot you may not see anything.
When you activate the ABS you move fluid throught the system. As such when you bleed the brakes after the ABS hs been ingaged you do a partial flush on the ABS unit. Stands to reason that after several flushes a good portion of the original fluid in the ABS system would be replaced. Is it perfect, no. But it would help.