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    I used these and had the local Discount Tire install them for $20. No programming required and they work fine. http://www.tpms.com/Huf_IntelliSens_RDE011_Set_p/uvc0011set.htm
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    If you do a search on here for 'How to manually lowering convertible top', you may find what you're looking for. Maurice (1schoir) appears to be an authority on all things related to the 986 convertible top and he has put up some lengthy explanations on how to fix them.
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    Take it to the service department of the nearest Porsche dealer. They have a variety of lock keys to try on it. If you don't live or park in a ghetto or 3rd world country, ditch the lock nuts...and if you stay with them, put the lock socket inside the car, not in the trunk. So many people have been locked out of their cars due to dead batteries, and trying to remove the wheel liner to get to the emergency release cable for the frunk is nearly impossible with the wheel on the car and the lock socket stuck in the locked frunk. If all else fails, find an appropriate size (15mm?) 12 point socket and hammer it on there. That will ruin both so be prepared to repeat for the other wheels.
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    Info only. Just found out there is an updated version of Durametric to download. I believe it is to allow Macan interaction, but I believe it best to always be current. Found this out only because of classic air bag light that I had not seen in some time. I think Durametric is now
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    For your MY2003 Coupe, 6-speed (convert to M030): (These are all the latest upgraded part numbers). front struts - 996 343 041 37 front springs - 996 343 531 19 504 (color code green/white) front sway bar - 996 343 701 21 rear struts - 996 333 051 49 rear springs - 996 333 531 69 504 (color code green/red) rear sway bar - 996 333 701 26
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    Please post other radio questions in a new thread. If you have an amp check the amp fuse.
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    About 1 year ago, for my 2011 Turbo, from PartsGeek.com: 2011 Porsche Cayenne TPMS Sensor - UVS2000 HUF Intellisens - $40.74 Working great so far!
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    Well there are obviously kits out there - though I have never searched for them.
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    P1126 Oxygen Sensing Adaptation, Lower Load Range, Bank 1 – Above Limit, or Below Limit P1133 Oxygen Sensing Adaptation, Lower Load Range, Bank 2 – Above Limit, or Below Limit Possible causes: - Incorrect signal from MAF sensor - Fuel pressure too high - Fuel injector fouled Since you have the same fault on both engine banks - I would suspect a dirty or bad MAF. It would not hurt to check the fuel pressure also.
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    Success! There's a handy 12v barrel jack for power. Converted this to USB using a converter and CCTV barrel connectors and now theres an iPad there.
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