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  3. Hi Read codes 1767Power supply for vehicle level sensors, left porsche. Cayenne s 2003
  4. Hi. I have a Becker model 4462. Serial Number 15002017. Can you please help me with the radio code? Thank you.
  5. Hi Loren, Thank you !! I will try it.
  6. Put the LED bulbs back in and test to see if it works like it has for 8 years. If it does, then it is probably (as said) the mix of standard and LED bulbs that makes it not work.
  7. Sheesh..it's a bolt. Go to Ace Hardware and buy a new metric bolt and nut. Also, most auto parts stores have replacement bolts for the battery connector cable.
  8. There is an emergency release cable for the fuel door, just like for the hood and engine lid. Open passenger door and look near the top hinge on the door. You will see a little loop to pull on. Hope you didn't break your fuel door locking pin.
  9. You likely have an alarm control box failure. The number one cause of their failure is getting wet. Check to see if the carpet under the seat is wet. Also, you likely broke the locking pin on the fuel door.
  10. Model CDR 220 SN X5017756 Thanks!
  11. Thanks. I’m noticing it even with no hill hold after a spirited drive. Normal?
  12. Simple: the hill holding system is slipping the clutch to hold the car in position. Rather than burning up the clutch, use your brake pedal and forget this system exists, or expect an early clutch replacement.
  13. I think the very first thing you need to familiarize yourself with is which engines and years will work in the car with the least grief. Different models and years had different fuel systems, different DME’s, some used CAN Bus communications, which your car does not have, different VarioCam systems, etc. etc. While a lot of engines will bolt in, the electronic and fuel system differences will turn the project into Frankenstein in a heart beat. Do your homework before buying anything.
  14. Hi, I need the code for a Becker CR-2200. BE4466 SN X5011521 Thanks!
  15. I picked up a 99 Boxster from a friend who doesn't have the time to work on this so I sort of took this on. I was thinking of putting back another 2.5L but seems like it would be a waste from reading up on things. Im looking for the best easiest solution to get this up and running and not looking to spend a fortune on it either. Is there any directions on routes of engine? Are the Boxster S be a better solution then the 911 engines? Could I just swap some of the parts over to make it easier for the engine to work? Any insight would be great just want to see what I got myself into with this. Thanks in advance
  16. Thanks. I try to check the fuse but seems they're fine. Another problem I found out today is even the fuel door is locked and not able to open at all. Luckily turns out I could managed to forcefully open that. Otherwise won't be able to fuel up.. Thanks and will carry on my work 😅
  17. I just picked up a CPO 2016 911 GTS cab manual transmission with 1800 miles. Prior owner didn’t drive it much! I notice a strong burning clutch smell after the “hold” feature engages and after a spirited drive. I don’t “launch “ or ride the clutch, nor redline shift. Is this smell normal? Also I have tried every which-way using the Charge-o-matic and get a blinking power light after a bit. I’m plugging into 12 volt in passenger foot well, switch ignition on and off, lock car and have tried with unlocked car. Same result. Any thoughts? Thanks everyone- learned a ton from you all.
  18. I just replaced both fuel pumps and the fuel filter on my 2003 cayenne turbo. It starts but idles really rough and either dies or the rpms go up to about 2000. When I'm driving there is no issue. I checked the fuses for both pumps and they are good. Any suggestions?
  19. I’ve fixed my oil in the plenum problem but now need to get the plenum reinstalled. Any suggestions for how to get the seals/clamps in place? So far I’ve have: - put bottoms of clamps in first - lube the seals with wd40 - pull the seals around the plenum to make sure they seat But I’m having difficulty getting the seals on, especially the backs. Should I put the seals on the plenum first or the intake? How to make sure the back is seated? Sorry my first time putting it back and can’t find any videos to show the process. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  21. I don't believe the bolt is available separately, only in a complete cable. You may be able to find an aftermarket from someone like Dorman that would fit.
  22. Hi all, anyone have a website listing the OEM battery post bolt? Turns out I was having some electrical issues, while troubleshooting, I discovered the bolt was stripped. While I was trying to remove it, the bolt snapped. Worst part? It was like this when I bought the car from a Porsche Dealership in CT.
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