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Turbo Oil Drain Plugs - Where are they on 997?

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I have started an oil change on my 997. I have followed the 996TT Oil Change DIY from this website. I can not find the Turbo oil drain plugs on the 997. They are not located where the 996 DIY pictures indicate.

Does anyone have any suggestions, pictures, or repair manual diagrams to share with me?

Thank you in advance.

Jeff

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I don't see any oil drains on the 997TT Turbos.

I don't see them either. Interestingly enough, my dealer parts department sold me two seal rings for these drains that may not exist!

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I don't see any oil drains on the 997TT Turbos.

Oops. Where are my manners. Thanks for your reply Loren.

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