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Does anyone know if the option code sticker on a 2005 997 Carrera should be located on the inside of the front hood like the 996? Two 997,s I looked at recently were missing the sticker.

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Not uncommon on the newer cars - it's seems they don't always do that any more.

A copy should be attached to the Maintenance Manual in the car (along with key codes).

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I just ordered my codes (997 C2S) from Stuttgart.com. Only about $18, and had them right away. The process is you enter your VIN in their "My Garage" section, click a link to request your codes, and a few minutes later you get a link back for payment. No trips to the dealer and it's accurate. 

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17 minutes ago, jharness said:

I just ordered my codes (997 C2S) from Stuttgart.com. Only about $18, and had them right away. The process is you enter your VIN in their "My Garage" section, click a link to request your codes, and a few minutes later you get a link back for payment. No trips to the dealer and it's accurate. 

 

That service is free here to all of our Contributing Members...

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That service is free here to all of our Contributing Members...

 

Awesome, I need to do this....Thank you.

 

 

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