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Will 997 c2 transmission fit 996 c2?

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Maybe it's just a typo but there is no such thing as a 2004 997 "anything". 997 started in 2005. I'm sure you could just ask a tech at a dealer or an indie and they would be able to tell you if it would fit... It should fit.....

I believe in the UK cars are "registered" based on the year they made rather than model year or when they were first purchased.

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Hi its a 997 the very first ones not a 996, for arguments sake its early 2005 registered.

Does anyone here know if it is compatible?

I get whine at speeds above 30mph in 3rd,4th, 5th and 6th when on the gas, when i come off it disappears, from what i have read its likely to be the pinion bearing and/or main shaft bearing. It doesnt pop out of gear and engages all gears smoothly.

Only used to happen in 6th but has got worse over the last 6 months even though its more of a garage queen.

Mileage is 51,000 miles. I did change the gear oil on the last clutch change which was about 3yrs ago (5k miles), i checked it on my ramp and the fluid level is correct however its not light golden colour anymore, its gone darker.

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