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Agraham
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2020/01/25 14:33:30 (permalink)

Am a new Porsche owner (2006 carrera 4S but problem with rear spoiler any recommendations

looking for a reliable local west London specialist any recommendations?

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Re: Am a new Porsche owner (2006 carrera 4S but problem with rear spoiler any recommendati 2020/01/26 09:01:19 (permalink)
Hi Alistair and welcome.  I've moved this to the London region where you are more likely to get a response.

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Re: Am a new Porsche owner (2006 carrera 4S but problem with rear spoiler any recommendati 2020/01/26 11:41:01 (permalink)
What seems to be the matter with the spoiler? Won't go up/down? 
 
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Re: Am a new Porsche owner (2006 carrera 4S but problem with rear spoiler any recommendati 2020/01/26 19:25:29 (permalink)
How far west of London do you want to go. Assuming you want an Indy
 
You have Northway at RG7
 
Closer to town you have companies like 911SBd NW2 and Charles Ivey SW6  but Xavier Auto Clinic W6 may be more West London and all advertise in the Porsche post (But I have not used any of these myself)
 
Hope this helps
 
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Re: Am a new Porsche owner (2006 carrera 4S but problem with rear spoiler any recommendati 2020/08/01 19:00:58 (permalink)
<edit: doh! just realised the original post was from months ago. However I'll leave the suggestions incase they are of use to someone else who searches the forum>
 
Depending on where you are, from personal experience I'd recommend
north west London:
Sid @ http://www.porsche-torque.co.uk
 
south west London:
https://www.nineexcellence.com
https://www.precisionporsche.co.uk
 
I've not used the following, but have heard good things:
http://www.no5garage.co.uk
 
Before you resort to booking the car in, it'd be worth looking on YouTube, & the popular 911 forums. There are lots of documented fixes for common issues out there, & you might find your issue is an easy DIY.
 
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