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Porsche is a German automobile manufacturing company that was formed in the 1930’s. Porsche makes sports cars, SUVs and sedans that are sold worldwide. In 1997, Porsche engineers introduced the first truly major change to the 911 platform by doing away with the air-cooled engines the 911 was known for. In place, the brand new Porsche 996 had a water-cooled engine designed to meet tightening emissions and environmental regulations. A Porsche 996 service manual pdf explains the significant changes, and gives owners the information necessary for maintaining these high-performance sports cars.

The Porsche 996 was the first major redesign of the 911, and is essentially a different car from the ground up. Of the few components carried over from the earlier 993 models, the multi-link alloy suspension and subframe continued to be used in the 996 to provide unbelievably sticky traction and stability, even at ludicrous speed, which the 996 is fully capable of achieving.

As with previous variants of the 911, multiple packages were available, allowing buyers to select the particular options they desired to produce a sports car that was entirely how they wanted the vehicle to be. Wide body turbo models, with or without a turbocharged engine, targa top, cabriolets and a variety of models suited more for the track than picking up groceries give a wide range of model options and potential for power.

Buyers who simply needed a car capable of exceeding 200 miles per hour on pump gas found their hero in the Porsche 996 GT2, an insane automobile that barely belongs on the street. With nearly 500 horsepower on tap and the capability of hitting 60 miles per hour in less than 4 seconds, the GT2 is among the most radical cars ever produced by Porsche and has been dubbed ‘the widowmaker’, a name reserved for high horsepower real-wheel driven Porsche turbo models.

When the Porsche 996 was discontinued in 2007, a total of over 175,000 cars had been sold, making it among the most prolific of all 911 designs. The 996 is loved by drivers and despised by purists, but owners of the 996 are a special group of dedicated and loyal enthusiasts. The Porsche 996 repair manual provides the detailed diagrams and specifications needed to remove, inspect and install the components of each of the vehicles systems for professional-quality repairs by the home mechanic. The Porsche 996 service manual pdf offers the information essential for tuners looking to squeeze extra thrills out of their Porsche 996, and makes it easy for owners to easily service their Porsche 996 without spending tons of money on overpriced shops.