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Mr.Flip

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About Mr.Flip

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  • Birthday 02/06/1993

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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    05 Cayenne Turbo, '02 Boxster
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    Cayman
    911
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    Cayenne S
    Land Rover Discovery
    Honda Accord
    Porsche Boxster S
    Land Rover Discovery
    Honda Civic
    GSXR600
    Lexus SC300
    BMW 328i

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  1. I tried to use a thin metal coil to unplug mine as well to no avail, what ended up helping me was getting my air compressor and with a small rubber hose attached to the end of it, put it into the drain tube a few inches, and shoot it a couple of times. It blew out alot of dirt and debris which was the reason why mine was clogged. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Mr.Flip

    02 Boxster Airbag codes

    Okay, thanks Loren! I'll definitely get another scanner to check it and make sure I got the right airbag. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Hey guys, I've been chasing this airbag light for a while now. Replaced seat belt buckle with a new one, replaced passenger door airbag with one from ebay. Below are the codes from a snap-on scanner, granted its not a PIWIS tester but it gave me something. Had a more advanced scanner saying passenger door airbag which is why I went that direction. Any help is much appreciated thank you!
  4. If it's randomly doing that without you touching the dial then most likely it is the resistor that's causing it. It's probably on its way out and about to quit completely Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Mr.Flip

    Car will not stay locked.

    Loren is right, it's best to find out what codes are being put out prior to buying random parts trying to fix it. I had a similar situation with my old '01 S and it turned out to be the passenger door handle sensor, the one that engages the window to go down. But, like I said, best to find out what the codes are prior. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Okay, AutohausAZ hasn't been known to have any faulty parts so a bad fuel pump is unlikely. I'm leaning more towards the sending unit. When you fill up full from a quarter tank is it about 20 gallons? And before buying anything else I'd just double check the connections to make sure. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. When you changed both fuel pumps, did you change the fuel sending units as well, and just to make sure, did you hook up the sending unit transfer hose? Also where did you get the pumps from? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. P0421 means the bank 1 O2 sensor is reading above the limit. That combined with the bank 2 sounds like you have a vacuum leak that's post MAF. And with a leak it is possible that it'll throw the boost code as well. I'd say check your pcv hoses and intake hoses, since they're plastic and with all the heat they have been known to crack. Also check the turbo hoses that are on top of the Y-intake. I usually have the engine running as I spray a little bit of carb cleaner or starting fluid across the hoses and see if the rpm increases. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I know its been a long time since anyones posted here, but does anyone know the part number, or where to find the part number, for the two transformers? I believe my illumination transformer is out and I figured if I'm there I might as well replace both. Thanks in advanced! Picture below shows what I'm talking about, the Digital display is fine along with the illumination of the needles, but the backlights are out.
  10. Thank you and I did stumble upon it when I was looking earlier for a solution. I've been driving my other car and couldn't get a picture of it till just now but here it is. It's not the digital display but the illumination on the gages. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Hey guys, first and foremost thanks for looking any thanks for any help! My 05 CTT Instrument Cluster stopped glowing at the gauges. The needles and center display work fine, its just the analog gauges don't light up, other than a little bit of the turbo gauge lighting up on the far right. Ill post pics when I get a chance. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
  12. If you don't see any grease on the hinges that could help in make it difficult. It only needs a little grease but definitely needs it to help open and close easier. Some silicone spray would help in the longer run, wd-40 is good but doesn't last as long. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. It's tough for a moment but then they spring open Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Yes it is. Since your parked it is reading very little fuel consumption, therefore showing very good fuel economy. If you have the navigation option, you can also see it there when you hit the trip button on it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I thought the same thing when I first used mine. As long as they are properly in the locking slot on the tracks then your good. Make sure the key tumbler is in the right position (unlocked if I'm not mistaken) and push it closed. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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