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I thought I would post here and mention that Porsche has finally put the details for the 996 transmission ( gears, shafts, arms, etc) in the PET program ( as of PET update 208) and the parts are finally available thru the dealer.

If you have an older PET you will notice in all years of the 996 transmission that the case and a few bolts and rings are shown and then the PET goes into the 4 wheel drive section. Now there are a few more pages including the one shown in the attachment.

If you need/want the current dealer PET or more information PM or email me.

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Thank you for your posting, I have a 99, C2, six speed and when I took it to the mechanic they told me the pinion bearing was going out and that the only way to fix the problem was to replace the entire transmission for $7000. Will this additional information help me rebuild my transmission problems?

Thank You, Josh

I thought I would post here and mention that Porsche has finally put the details for the 996 transmission ( gears, shafts, arms, etc) in the PET program ( as of PET update 208) and the parts are finally available thru the dealer.

If you have an older PET you will notice in all years of the 996 transmission that the case and a few bolts and rings are shown and then the PET goes into the 4 wheel drive section. Now there are a few more pages including the one shown in the attachment.

If you need/want the current dealer PET or more information PM or email me.

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