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moondoggy

parts location for 996 non turbo 40k maintenance

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My 2000 c2 non turbo 53k miles due for 40k maintenance. Oil/filter and belt done recently. All I'm aware of remaining are spark plugs, air and gas filter replacements. Any recommendations for spark plugs and locations to purchase all the parts? Thanks. Walt M.

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Where/what's the "approriate forum?" Thanks.

Just thought to look up BReyes/Bernard and appears that's the "appropriate forum"/your recommended source for parts. If so, I'll search there. Thanks again.

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Where/what's the "approriate forum?" Thanks.

Just thought to look up BReyes/Bernard and appears that's the "appropriate forum"/your recommended source for parts. If so, I'll search there. Thanks again.

That automated reply was from when your original post got moved from the DIY Tutorials feedback forums to the main forum for questions.

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