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Loren replied to martincook13's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)If the car has a CD (6-disc) player then you need to look for a switch as only one device can use the AUX port at one time.
Loren posted an advert in Tools for Sale
Time Left: 2 months and 14 days
iCarsoft POR II for Porsche/Cayenne • Display: 4.0" TFT LCD, with 480 * 320 Pixels • Operation Temperature: 0 ℃ -- 50 ℃ • Storage Temperature: -20 ℃ -- 70 ℃ • Power: 9V -- 18V • Operating current:150mA@12V (Typical) • Power consumption:1.8W (Typical) • Dimension:205mm*110mm*31mm (LxWxH) • Weight:350g New - used once for an online review. I have too too many tools...
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