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Just got my "new" GT3 - screen squeak


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Hi all,

HAving sold my 993, i bought a "new" GT3 mark 1 (new because its done 2,000 miles since 1999).

The only issue with the car is that the front screen squeaks/creaks. Does anyone know what can be done about it - is it common?

Cheers

Ajit.

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Hi Loren

Yes its the windscreen - the car was registered in October 1999. Its somewhat unusual in that I am in the UK, i've bought a left hand drive car thats been in a car collection in Germany all its life, so it has done only 2,000 miles. I wonder if standing still for long periods hasn't helped.

Are any of these changes or fixes listed in a TSB somewhere?

Thanks again

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There should be a sticker on the drivers door that has the actual month and year of manufacture.

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