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  1. For the fog lights check fuse A7 - it's 25A. AC is fuse E7 - it's 7.5A. If fuses blow again then you will need to find out what got melted. If that is the case, then start with the light switch itself.
  2. Ok - sorry, for Entry and Drive... When locking by one finger on the door handle (button). The emergency flasher emits two flashes and an acoustic signal will sound twice. With the two beeps, all zones should be locked and the side view mirrors should fold in. My car (2017 Macan with Entry and Drive) does this though I think I might have heard it auto lock - and I think it only beeped once when it does that.
  3. Seat problem

    Exact model and year of your car, please?
  4. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Try 5010
  5. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Yes, but radio components have been changed and your code could be anything now.
  6. You must have Porsche Entry & Drive. You need to state that when asking alarm questions as the manual system and Porsche Entry & Drive act differently. As will locking the door with the key only.
  7. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    If the code I gave does not work then it is likely that your radio has been repaired by a 3rd party (rather than Becker). You will need to contact Becker North America to get this resolved.
  8. Exact model and year of your car, please?
  9. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Try 0320
  10. Do a search here - oil in coolant has been covered it detail many times. The news is not likely good.
  11. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    What is the model on the front of the radio? (i.e. CDR-220, CDR-22, etc.)
  12. Correct, when your alarm is functioning properly there are no beeps.
  13. Is this car a Turbo or normally aspirated 996? You state it is a 3.4-liter car - all 996 Turbos are 3.6 liters. Two very different engines.
  14. Please do not double post. You already posted this.