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Vehicle Information: Model: 993; Year: 1996; Body Type: Convertible; Total Mileage: 10000;

these are the parts which went on backorder, with no ETA: Can you help me find these parts? My car is apart in Kitchener to get the seats heated but they don't know when they can get the parts. Thanks. Bill928.521.559.02 * 1 piece928.521.560.02 * 1 piece928.521.561.03-01C * 2 pieces928.612.337.00 * 2 pieces928.613.187.04-01C * 2 piecesN 01.398.81 * 4 pieces (not important)uli____________________________________________Furtmair Auto Services Inc.-Bosch Authorized Service--Drive Clean Accredited Test & Repair Facility--F.A.S.T. - Furtmair Auto Sport Team-51 Bridge Street EastKitchener, OntarioN2K 1J7 - CANADAE-Mail: fast@furtmair.comWeb-site: http://www.furtmair.comPhone: {001} (519) 576-9972FAX: {001} (519) 576-7169This e-mail and any attachments may contain confidential and privileged information. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately by return e-mail, delete this e-mail and destroy any copies. Any dissemination or use of this information by a person other than the intended recipient is unauthorized and may be illegal. Unless otherwise stated, opinions expressed in this e-mail are those of the author and are not endorsed by the author's employer.----- Original Message ----- From: "LaSalle Dental">To: "Uli Furtmair">Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 9:18 AMSubject: FW: 1995 993 heated seats> Uli are my seats wired already?>> -----Original Message-----> From: []> Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 9:11 AM> To:> Subject: 1995 993 heated seats>>> You are subscribed to the 964 / 993 / 996 incl. Cup cars area from the > Technical Q&A Section.>> Classification: Interior> Subject: 1995 993 heated seats>> Question:> I recently read in a 993 online newsletter that heated seats for the > 993 are "plug and play". They implied all 993s come with heated seats > and one only needs to connect the necessary eletrical to be up and > running in a non-heated seat 993. True???>> One other question. Is it possible to change the settings for the > rear spoiler on a 993 so it doesn't come up until 75 or 80 mph instead > of 50 mph? Thanks>> Answer:> I cannot confirm for sure, but it looks like you're right about the > heated seats. The 993 had the same wiring harness for all US cars, as > opposed to the 996 method where wiring became option-specific.>> On the rear spoiler control, it can be done but I don't know how. RUF > has a spoiler control unit that does what you are asking about. I > don't know if they offer it by itself, usually their stuff comes as a > complete set. The set in this case is their sport muffler set that > opens up the mufflers at those speeds (50 would be too low for that > very often). One key disadvantage of such a thing in the US is it can > paint you into a corner with our friends in blue. If they say they saw > your tail go up while their radar or laser gun read a certain speed, > it can be hard to argue from that position. I think this is why the > spoiler control unit modification has not caught on in the US. Also, > Porsche really does want you to have more engine cooling air and more > reduction of rear lift at speeds above 50, and I do too.>> Actually what I always wanted was more of a delay for when it retracts > the spoiler, it acts really dumb in 50-60 mph country driving with > stop signs every few miles, up down up down. Maybe that is what you > are dealing with as well. I was ready to put it up and pull out the > control unit on mine when I gave up and went to a fixed rear tail some > years back. With any luck someone will see this and come back with a > better solution.>> Joel Reiser - PCA WebSite - 6/22/2004>> __________________________________________> You are currently subscribed to> "964 / 993 / 996 incl. Cup cars" at> To unsubscribe click the following link >{28DC3D25-E4A2-4107> -B> 707-4D39ADE7A5FF}>> If that doesn't w>>>

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