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Old 09-27-2014, 10:28 AM
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I was cleaning the front drains and I ripped the top of the hose on the drivers side to the left of the battery. The hose has disappeared into the abyss and now I have to replace it. I cannot find the part number or the part anywhere. Anybody have this information?

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Here's where the part is missing from. the black is the battery tray with the battery removed.

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Don't ever recall coming upon a post from anyone else looking for this.

About all I can think of would be to visit your local Porsche dealer parts department and see if the parts manager can find a drawing of the part and a part number. My limited experience is he has access to the most complete parts drawings/lists there are.

Even if he fails to find the part drawing and part number for your model and MY f car, he might also remember that the part while not shown for your particular model or MY is the *same* part used on another model and MY.
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Have you downloaded a copy of the PET for your car?

http://www.porsche.com/usa/accessori...artscatalogue/

The PET is badly organized so you may just have to page through it.
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Originally Posted by DennisAN View Post
Have you downloaded a copy of the PET for your car?

http://www.porsche.com/usa/accessori...artscatalogue/

The PET is badly organized so you may just have to page through it.
Badly organized? That's an understatement.

I went through the Boxster version 2 times and never found the front basins or hoses. I found the rear basins and hoses on page 812-00.

I went through the 996 Turbo version 1 time and never found the front basins or hoses. I found the rear basins -- used on the Cab version of the car -- on page 811-13.
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yep. looks like they should be on 801-10, but they ain't.
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Looked through it a number if times. Can't find it.
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Looked through it a number if times. Can't find it.
Well, I refer you back to my advice offered in a previous post to visit your local Porsche dealer parts department.

The parts guy is in the parts catalog almost all day long -- every time I stop in and pass by the parts department on the way to the service department he's either looking up parts or on the phone -- and if anyone can find what you are looking for he can.

No promises as I have a lot on my mind but I will be by the dealer later today and if I think of it I'll ask my parts department buddy if he can find the part for me and if so I''ll pass on the part #.
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Originally Posted by Macster View Post
Well, I refer you back to my advice offered in a previous post to visit your local Porsche dealer parts department.

The parts guy is in the parts catalog almost all day long -- every time I stop in and pass by the parts department on the way to the service department he's either looking up parts or on the phone -- and if anyone can find what you are looking for he can.

No promises as I have a lot on my mind but I will be by the dealer later today and if I think of it I'll ask my parts department buddy if he can find the part for me and if so I''ll pass on the part #.
Great. Thanks.
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Great. Thanks.
Well, no drains for the front water basins turned up. The drain tubes for the rear basins were all we found. Didn't even find the front basins. I do not know if the drains for the rear basins are used at the front.
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