GregBarton78NB - The driving experience was a lot better, but I've not driven mine since October because it looks like this...https://drive.google.com/...x3beX/view?usp=sharing
WaylanderThe power steering tank is the same as multi BMW Myele make a replacement which is much cheaper than Porsche and the same parti agree with eldavo, I could not send anyone to JMG either, the replacement steering shaft they do for £200 is a £30 in parts refurb
EldavoWaylanderThe power steering tank is the same as multi BMW Myele make a replacement which is much cheaper than Porsche and the same parti agree with eldavo, I could not send anyone to JMG either, the replacement steering shaft they do for £200 is a £30 in parts refurb There you go, £14 delivered: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221664343309?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=oVHWpHOgT3q&sssrc=2047675&ssuid=&widget_ver=artemis&media=COPY
Diver944Congrats on the purchase These cars don't really like sporadic use so you may well find quite a few things 'bed themselves back in' once you start driving it regularly. Lot's of cars only ever have the engine oil changed but regular changing of the other fluids will work wonders - gearbox oil, brake fluid, coolant etc as well as the PAS fluid as already mentioned. I first bought my S2 at 95k miles back in 1998 and to me the clutch felt a bit juddery at the bite point and much higher than the modern cars I had driven before so I thought I would be replacing it soon. I finally had it replaced it at 230k miles in 2018 when the engine was rebuilt, it did feel amazingly light and positive when it was replaced though
CBschnellHi OllyNice update on the early days of ownership. I think I looked at your car just before you bought it - sounds very familiar especially with the history and passenger door window switch. Was it on a farm down a single track in Lambourn area? If so it is a lovely car. I went away for the weekend to think about it and it was gone! Snooze you lose...I did find another one and will hopefully pick that up this week. Enjoy itChris
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