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P/N for door panel cover

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Attached is a picture of the great work the window tint shop did! Basically too much solution that they use to put on the tint got under the leather on the door panel. Now I need to get that piece replaced since it deformed the leather.

The part I need:

It looks like one piece that runs the length of the top of the door drops 1/2 way down the front of the door in front of the door pocket then comnes back the length of the door under the door pocket/airbag area. I assume it is just one piece that snaps onto the door covered in leather? I guess if I knew how to remove it I could get the part number off of it?

Just need the part number (and a diagram if possible) so I order the correct piece.

2000 996 CAB 6-speed

Many thanks!!!


ps. what is 996 555 592 00 ?


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C51 for graphite grey should be correct.

996 555 592 00 C51

So.......then that part number I listed above is what I need to fix (replace) that part of the door panel that got ruined?

Thanks for the pdf!



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That part number is for the door handle only (sorry Porsche had bad naming in the parts list).

If you want the rest of the door panel it would be (for a MY2000 Cab):

996 555 121 05 ETD Graphite Grey Leather - Door Panel (Left)

996 555 122 05 ETD Graphite Grey Leather - Door Panel (Right)

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That's what I feared. So the part number I gave you is the door pull? ANd the new ones you gave me are for the larger panel pice? Can't wait to see the cost of that! Do you have any type of diagram that points out the pieces?

The piece I need is highlighted in the picture orange. Is the part number I gave you for the green?


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So 996 555 592 00 C51 is #27 in this schematic or green highlight in my highlighted picture? I don't even see a number associated for my orange highlighted part on the schematic above. Is there one?

Looks like I am going to have to try an remove that panel tomorrow and just get the part number off the back of it. Darn, I didn't want to have to try that.

Do you have any idea what ETD means in the part number you gave me.

A 1,000 Thanks Again Loren!!!!


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So then it doesn't look like that piece (the orange highlighted piece) will be able to be removed and replaced seperately???

Do you have any idea what is included with 996 555 122 05 ETD ???

Looks like I have a Sunday project on my hands to get the part number of the back of that orange highlighted piece.


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