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Porsche mechanic in Atlanta

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Hi folks

New to the forum and my first Porsche 996 turbo 2001. Looking for a Reputable, reasonable mechanic in the Atlanta area. Thanks


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In Decatuer try John at Decatuer garage, or in the South end SCott and Meghan at Cali Auto.


Both good shops but very different. try both!

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Thanks for the information.  Trying to adjust steering wheel , very hard to unlock, do you know how far the wheel adj goes out? 2 inches?  



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When you say "very hard to unlock", do you mean when you insert the ignition key into the lock and try to turn it? If so, it helps to know that the steering wheel lock is sensitive to being locked in other-than-straight-ahead angles. In other words, if it's not centered it's gonna be difficult to turn the key until the steering wheel is wrestled into submission. I always tell valet parking attendants about this, every time.


As far as the amount of travel, it's not quite 1-1/2".

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Thank you very much for the information. Looks like i am trying to stretch 1.5 “ to more- lol. Big guy having trouble fitting into car. 6’5. 

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