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Hi,

I had my car into the dealer and he quoted me

a price of 250 for the tiptonic filter and 500 for

replacing the fluids. I have a 2006 997 S with

a Tiptonic Transmission. What is a resonable

cost to do this work? I am planing to contact

Sunset for the price of parts. I heard from

a private shop that the transmission fluid is

very special.

Paul

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Hi Loren,

Thank you for the instruction. I knew

that this would be some work to

do and I will have a professional do this.

Do you have great pictures like this for

changing the spark plugs?

Paul

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There are instructions with diagrams but no pictures (in that same sub-forum). Every time we try to take pictures they come out too dark - not enough light in there.

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On a 2006? What kind of mileage do you have. Spark plugs and tranny fluid seems WAY soon on that car.

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Hi,

I just had my car into the dealer for the 20,000 mile check

up. This car is so much fun to drive. I probably

drove down to La Honda about a dozen times.

Paul

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You realize that spark plugs are at 60K miles and Tranny fluid at 120K miles?

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Hi,

I do realize this but I also know that I am beating the

**** out of the car at the track and any preventive

maintence will help.

Paul

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Well then tranny makes sense but I am pretty sure your plugs are a-ok.

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