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Try Car Audio Innovations, www.cal-store.com, or some other advertiser in Panorama or Excellence. I used Car Audio for an installation in my 968. The owner has or had a 930. You may get the guidance you are seeking.
The code will certainly help narrow it down. If your code is "Ignition Circuit Driver" (code 21 IIRC) it will exhibit the exact symptoms that you are describing (i.e., the light goes off when you reset it, but goes back on a few seconds later). That fault can sometimes be resolved by repairing or replacing the "clockspring assembly" (ring under the steering wheel). Regards, Maurice.
I have a 2000 Boxster with the airbag light illuminated. I have reset the fault code but the light stays off only momentarily. It appears that there may be a control unit issue. Is it likely to be a control unit issue and is it possible for me to replace it easily?
lives in Roseville, CA.