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L8Apx 05-25-2011 04:46 PM
This article describes how to replace the Cayman/Boxster stock oil pressure alarm switch with the dual purpose oil pressure alarm switch and oil pressure gauge transducer used in the Porsche 996 cars. The oil pressure transducer output can then be connected to a standard VDO oil pressure gauge or used to monitor oil pressure via a track data acquisition system (such as the Traqmate) or trigger an alarm using an external circuit to detect the desired alarm pressure level. Many Cayman owners...
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Gator Bite 05-17-2011 06:47 PM
Removing the Rear Bumper Apron Warning: This procedure is best performed with two people. Removing the apron is not difficult, but it does require some bending and pulling on the apron. Attempting to do this alone may result in damage to the painted surfaces. 1). Remove the Rear Spoiler 2). Lower the Rear Spoiler Actuators 3).Remove the Tail Lights
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Gator Bite 05-17-2011 06:03 PM
Removing the Tail Lights 1). Remove the Tail Light Cover by rotating the locking pin 1/4 turn and pulling the Cover off. 2). Remove the electrical plug from the tail light by squeezing the release tabs and pulling the plug out of the tail light.
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Gator Bite 05-17-2011 03:01 PM
Maybe you want to install a fixed Cayman R spoiler, a Cayman Interseries spoiler, or maybe you need to remove your rear bumper cover. Either way, you'll need to remove the electric spoiler first. Here's how.... 1). Raise the rear spoiler by turning on the ignition key and pressing the 'Spoiler' button. 2). Remove all seven T-20 Torx Screws from under the front edge of the spoiler. (I highly recommend a Skew-Driver for this task.)
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Gator Bite 05-09-2011 08:50 AM
Preliminary Procedures Remove the Headlight Switch Remove the Driver Side Center Console Cover 1. With driver door open, slip a panel tool under the left side dash cover and pry outward to release the cover.
Gator Bite 05-08-2011 03:16 PM
Removing the Sport Chrono Stopwatch Housing 1. Slip a plastic protector between the rear of the stopwatch housing and the dash top. I made one out of a plastic water bottle ($0.05). This will protect the leather / plastic surface from scratches. 2. Slip a plastic wedge pry tool in between the layers of the protector and pry the back of the stop watch housing up. The housing is held down by 4 metal friction clips. Once the back two clips release, just rotate the housing and the...
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Gator Bite 05-08-2011 10:03 AM
Removing the Driver Side Center Console Side Cover: 1. Remove the carpeted center console cover panel using a T-30 Torx driver on the screw that is hidden beneath the carpeting. 2. This will reveal two hidden screws that hold the Driver Side Center Console Side Cover in place. Remove these two screws using a T-20 Torx driver.
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Gator Bite 05-08-2011 03:56 AM
Removing the Door Sill Trim Panel 1. Find and remove the two screw hole covers from the inside of the Door Sill Trim 2. There are two hidden mounting screws that hold the trim panel tight to the body. Using a 5mm Allen Wrench, loosen each of the mounting screws two turns.
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Gator Bite 05-08-2011 03:26 AM
Removing the Headlight Switch 1. With the headlight switch in the full off position, press the control knob in 2. While holding pressure inward, rotate the control knob clockwise 5 degrees until it stops.
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Gator Bite 05-08-2011 02:59 AM
Removing the Cargo Bar and Trim 1. Slide the Cargo Bar caps up the Cargo Bar 2. Remove the two 8mm 12 point bolts and Cargo Bar
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