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By Paul Forster
Just picked up an 01 996 Carrara and PO had installed a battery tender on the passenger side beside the battery tray but it was no longer functional, so I removed it. In the same area to the passenger side of the battery compartment there is a flexible clear tube unattached at its distal end originating close to the fuel filler neck.
Any idea what the tube is and is it correct for it to be disconnected
The key is stuck in the ignition of my 97 986. Gently added a lubricant and managed to get it to the "off" position however it will not come out. Disconnected the battery (leaving trunk open). Any advice regarding repairing this myself? Read that audi parts could be used. All advice welcome
Porsche Genuine Parts Catalogue (from PET) - online PDF versions for all cars from 356 to current, remanufactured parts, manuals, and Tequipment.
Go to Great Britain/Workshop Information/Genuine Parts. Or, go to USA/Workshop Information/Genuine Parts etc., etc.
Anybody have the Cayenne 2004 workshop/repair/service manual in PDF-format?
Possible to "borrow" it? That would be very happy :thumbup:
Please PM if you don't want to reply in this thread.
There are a lot of places on the internet to buy the manual, but don't know the quality of these. Have read people have had mixed experiences with these. The "original" should have at least 9700 pages.
I am new to the forum and the Porsche community! I am currently in the market for a 996 911 C4S.
I located an EXTREMELY clean C4S with the following options and specs. Because I am new to the community, I am not exactly sure what it is worth. It seems there is a large discrepency between one comparable car to another on eBay (sold listings).
2003 911 C4S
•Little to no cosmetic or mechanical flaws - interior and paint look brand new
•All services up to date ( IMS issue not resolved...)
•Carrera White Exterior
•Natural Brown Leather Interior
XPA - Thicker Steering Wheel
XE8 - Dark Burr Maple Gear Lever
XE9 - " " Hand Break
X45 - Colored Instrument Dials
X99 - Natural Leather Interior
288 - Headlamp Washer
446 - Wheel Caps With Colored Porsche Crest
680 - Bose Sound
Opinion on value?
Thanks everyone for you time,