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I recently had to remove my drivers door panel to fix a rattle so I thought I would share how to do this with others. Hope you find it helpful.

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My first Porsche. I got her almost two weeks ago. I love it!
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My 987 cayman at a Porsche meeting in brittany France
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Zunsport grilles...
+Zunsport​ grilles fitted to the GTS. A bit fiddly to start with but took 30mins for all 5. I like the GT look :)
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My new car (whilst awaiting import papers) can't be driven. Here's a few things I have learnt need to be done monthly whilst it is being stored...

1. Start the engine and let it run for approx 20 mins. Try to vary the revs every now and then but don't rev over 3k.
2. Make sure you run it long enough so that no more steam comes out of the exhaust.
3. If you have space move the car about a little to make sure gearbox and driveshafts turn.
4. Run the aircon so that the various seals get lubricated.
5. When done, connect back up to a battery conditioner.

I also check fluid levels, tyre pressures and cycle the sports exhaust, wipers and rear spoiler to make sure nothing ends up jammed.

There's also talk about overinflating the tyres, or putting the car on stands to avoid flat spots. But I think this is only needed if you are storing for a prolonged period of time (6 months +).
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