That’s a big help. I just passed that list to the selling FERRARI Dealer so they understand all fluids need to be replaced .
Do you generally do all those replacement fluids yourself? If so where do you obtain the parts and supplies?
Yes, and if you have no records of it being done then check with your Ford Dealer to get a copy of the OASIS report, which shows all Ford activity on the car (regular service + warranty). If it doesn't show then get it done, but the Ford parts may not be available, Accufab has a kit. If the Ford repair was done then you need to dig deeper. Ford released two kits, with the first having the same failure mode (it wasn't understood until later). So depending on the date and part numbers you may have to have it done again. If OASIS shows it being done check with Rich to be sure which one it was.Ps
I assume the axle bolts were failing . Was that on all 05-06 models?
The bolts failed due to some chemical reaction... There is info on it here somewhere. The wheel doesn't come off. You just suddenly "stop going"...Twobjshelbys
Thanks for your reply . Guess the torque was too much for the hardened bolts? I
will definitely follow up . Loosing a wheel is a major concern of mine, happened once in Maine , do not want to revisit that experience!
Are there any other monsters hiding out there with these fabulous GT s ?
See the above picture2005 996 cup . Great car 2575 lbs 400hp naturally aspirated. More importantly very safe with complete roll cage . Yes I do Porsche HPDE each season first event is April 14 Limerock ct. great way of safely discovering the car’s envelope and improve driving skill.
get out there !
That's one way of doinf it ….Will give that some thoughtI am on the other side of Route 17 from you.
I ship the car out to Rich and then fly out and drive it back. Well worth the cost to have the car done right and always an enjoyable drive back whether it is the US or Canadian route.