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Carrera (996) C2 Coupe
By Loren, 08/12/2003
  • Model Year 1999
  • Color Arctic Silver/Boxster Red
  • Price 81083
  • Odometer 23220
  • Odometer Unit Miles
  • Description SOLD - (sad)



Can you tell me or direct me to the instructions on how I might be able to install cruise contol on my 03 Boxster S? I have purchase a four stalk switch but I need to know how to wire it.




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Dear Loren,

I am very new to the Porsche thing. Your knowledge about 996's is very impressive, I have read many postings from you and other members. I really need your assistance in resolving a problem that I'm having with my 1999 996 coupe. I have had the car in the shop for some 4 months now and they can't understand why the car will not idle by itself without keeping the accelarator pressed. I know you are my source when in need. Thanks in Advance...fellow Porsche Lover.


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Hey I just bought a 2002 Boxster, so I have started reading all the fourms, I must say you do a great service to all porsche owners with you knowledge. keep it up!!!

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Thanks so much for the information, I was able to open the trunk on my 1999 911 C-4 (dead

battery) the method I used was to acess the engine compartment via left tailight lens (cable) then jumped the car via the postive lead in the engine compartment. Once started the hood opened!! Also just received the radio codes and will try them ASAP. Thank you again and I will be a supporter of this forum. Best regards Lee Gardner

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Dear Loren,

Only a few poeople want to be of help to others, and you are one of them.

Thank you for being there for Porsche owners, your experience is helping me a lot understand the Cayenne s world.



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