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How can I fix a rear window problem of my Porsche 911 Carrera

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    What exactly is going on... Electric? I assume

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Hello there
what is your rear window problem?
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SOURCE: Porsche carrera 911 1999 3.6 overheating problem!!!

either the expansion tank is just cracked or there is a head gasket problem.

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SOURCE: hi i need some one to fix my rear window on my 911 and a price

check with your local porsche club and they can direct you to a qualified window tech.

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