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Bless you, Loren & Viken! Now I have something to keep me occupied until my 997 Carrera S arrives in November. By then I will know where everything is and how everything works.

Maybe you can get your hands on a PCM manual and the NAVI manual to round out the knowledge base. I hope that does not sound too pushy or unappreciative.

Thanks for your assistance.

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Likewise, my 911 's' is due in October. The 'Service Information' booklet is also excellent. Happy to say that I am replacing my 1986 911 that i bought new, now almost 20 years later it has 150,000 miles and only 2 clutches

Bob in Virginia

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