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Rotors DIY amongst other request


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I have been given a caution at my last service that the rotors are getting thin (60000 miles on a MY2000 C4 coupe)

I am sure I have read a DIY on this forum somewhere but I cant find it now. Anyone point me in the right direction please

Loren, have you the part number for the latest RMS being used by Porsche. I have to have mine replaced (again) and I want to check they are doing what they say they are doing which is supposedly fitting the latest seal.

And finally... occasionally (and it appears to happening more frequently now) I remove my keys only to hear the radio/cd continue to play. I have to put the key back in and turn it to get the PCM to turn off. Thoughts anyone?

RB

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I have been given a caution at my last service that the rotors are getting thin (60000 miles on a MY2000 C4 coupe)

I am sure I have read a DIY on this forum somewhere but I cant find it now. Anyone point me in the right direction please

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...indpost&p=16992

Loren, have you the part number for the latest RMS being used by Porsche. I have to have mine replaced (again) and I want to check they are doing what they say they are doing which is supposedly fitting the latest seal.
http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...indpost&p=30612

And finally... occasionally (and it appears to happening more frequently now) I remove my keys only to hear the radio/cd continue to play. I have to put the key back in and turn it to get the PCM to turn off. Thoughts anyone?
The radio/PCM radio will continue to play for up to 20 seconds after you remove the key - that is normal. Does your not turn off after a few seconds?
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I have been given a caution at my last service that the rotors are getting thin (60000 miles on a MY2000 C4 coupe)

I am sure I have read a DIY on this forum somewhere but I cant find it now. Anyone point me in the right direction please

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...indpost&p=16992

Loren, have you the part number for the latest RMS being used by Porsche. I have to have mine replaced (again) and I want to check they are doing what they say they are doing which is supposedly fitting the latest seal.
http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...indpost&p=30612

And finally... occasionally (and it appears to happening more frequently now) I remove my keys only to hear the radio/cd continue to play. I have to put the key back in and turn it to get the PCM to turn off. Thoughts anyone?
The radio/PCM radio will continue to play for up to 20 seconds after you remove the key - that is normal. Does your not turn off after a few seconds?

Thanks for this Loren,

The normal operation is the radio could be heard for a couple of seconds after removing the key. Occasionally now the radio remains on just as if the key had been turned to auxiliary position which I know is timed for a fair old while because that's where the key is when I wash the car so I can listen to the music.

RB

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The normal operation is the radio could be heard for a couple of seconds after removing the key. Occasionally now the radio remains on just as if the key had been turned to auxiliary position which I know is timed for a fair old while because that's where the key is when I wash the car so I can listen to the music.
Hmm... perhaps a bad ignition switch.
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