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About Cito

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  • Birthday 01/01/1979


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    Cayman 987.2
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    Bicester (Oxfordshire)

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  1. Back from the mechanic. This time I have been lucky! It was just a joint on the steering wheel rack that was dry, so a lick of grease should have fixed the problem. Tonight I will open the good bottle 😅
  2. Thanks Rich, I was considering to do it by myself, but unfortunately I am not so good. I would require someone to drive me. So it seems it is a quite a recurrent job to do on these cars. Cheers, Andrea
  3. Guys, The front right corner of my 987.2 (after 41000miles) squick when I turn right at very low speed so I decided to go to a Porsche authorized mechanic close where I work. It seems it is the lower arm joint dry. This what he guess. Anyway on Wednesday I will bring the car to the garage and see it on the ramp and if this is the case, I will change both arms. Anyone with the similar amount of mileage had the same problem? cheers, Andrea
  4. Of corse you need the pro version 😅
  5. maybe could be better than you think? https://www.gendan.co.uk/porsche.php?gclid=CjwKCAjwqqrmBRAAEiwAdpDXtJnrlgNejtlh9v7aypOkwH0PvFCzkO8TIRydifLSQr86rHwpIv40YxoCXfQQAvD_BwE I don't know... Anyway, I've done the cruise control retro-fit recently and the coding was very quick... 🙂
  6. It seems that in cold weather the LED’s behaves oddly, but so fa I did not experienced anything. Before i I did try the Philips you mentioned and I found them a good step forward versus the “standard” halogen, but I found the LED’s completely another world
  7. Thanks crafty. Cheers, andrea
  8. I’m sorry to hear that. Mom so pleased that my error has gone by itself though 😅 if you have got a chance, you could try to clear the error with the computer they use to code (sorry, I don’t remember the name of it😭). Cheers, Andrea
  9. Guys, I've got a set of 17" stock wheels from my Cayman with 4 Pilot Sport N rated (with almost 7 mm of rubber left) to sale. In very good condition, no scratches, no repaired. Just lovely. I was thinking to use the rims for winter tyres but I am not 100% sure. I need to think about it. Anyway, I probably found a garage who could buy the whole set. I was wondering what I could ask for just the tyres or the whole set tyres+rims. Can you please give me an idea? Cheers, Andrea
  10. Just as a follow up I ended up for a PS2 N4. Right back now from the garage... Thanks all for your help!
  11. It’s a stock steering wheel. So may be not to worry about. Unfortunately I have placed the order already. I need to amend it... thanks for your help
  12. Thank you very much for your answer. I was wondering...I have swapped the steering wheel with a multi functional and I put on the cruise control...obviously not through an OPC. Maybe this can interrupt the warranty? cheers, Andrea
  13. Understood. My point was that if the warranty cover only the last service and for example if in that service has been done just the pads, the oil change and the plugs, I don’t need a warranty because those parts are not covered anyway. So, if this is the case the warranty is pointless. Anyway, lets see how it will ends. I am waiting for an answer from black circles. Cheers, Andrea
  14. https://www.porsche.com/uk/approvedused/porscheapproved/usedcar/features/warranty/ basically it covers the work done when this warranty has bees purchased. I need to have a look at the last service done.
  15. Yes, it is a main dealer warranty. Do you know what this warranty is going to cover? Because it is not clear to me. cheers, Andrea
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