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Because the Tip uses an oil to water cooler mounted on the side of the gearbox instead of running trans fluid lines all the way to the radiators, there is literally no way to use a power flushing syst

Just rigged up a system as described here -- worked like a charm -- be prepared for the inevitable connection leak. Total cost under $40 from Lowes.... Mike

Pretty much the same. Temperature should not be above 40 degrees C. Porsche approved ATF for your car:

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2 hours ago, Dave Wiltshire said:

Is the filter on an early 996 the same as the filter on a 986? The part numbers listed in the guide are 986.xxx.xxx.xx... Which is great because they're half the price of the 996.xxx. Parts, but that seems a bit odd if they are identical. 

 

The correct filter for an early 996 is the 986-307-403-00, which was also used in the Boxster.

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