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  3. CDR220 Type 4462 Ser# X5016580
  4. That fixed it! Thank you very much.
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  6. Thank you for the detailed response. However i wanted my spoiler permenently raised. I already sorted it by pulling D6. I just need to re-insert that fuse if i need to open the engine compartment. But its no big deal since i hardly ever need to access the engine.
  7. This worked twice for me over the years. Check D7 fuse and replace if bad (mine have been ok but this is a good place to start. Do an electrical system reset: Disconnect the battery negative terminal for 5 seconds or so and then reconnect it. Then try the rear-deck/spoiler raise/lower switch on the front of the fuse box (driver’s foot well area, press lower downside of switch in this case to manually lower the spoiler). Spoiler should lower normally and be ready for normal speed determined operation. Good luck!
  8. This worked twice for me over the years. Check D7 fuse and replace if bad (mine have been ok but this is a good place to start. Do an electrical system reset: Disconnect the battery negative terminal for 5 seconds or so and then reconnect it. Then try the rear-deck/spoiler raise/lower switch on the front of the fuse box (driver’s foot well area, press lower downside of switch in this case to manually lower the spoiler). Spoiler should lower normally and be ready for normal speed determined operation. Good luck!
  9. Battery went dead apparently. Lost code for radio. Becker / Type 4462 /Serial number is # 15004777 could you help please
  10. I sent my cluster to EZELECTRONICS they diagnosed an internal problem on the circuit board. Jose
  11. The LCD lights that backlight the odometer and temperature do not work on my 1999 Porsche Boxster. I changed to new light bulbs and they still don't work. Before dismantling the cluster and analyzing the circuit board I want to test to see if the lights are getting power. Does anyone know which harness and pins provide power to these 2 lights?
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  13. Thanks JFP in PA! 🙂 I contacted Porsche and they were kind enough to send it over. Looks like a PTS2 programming solution
  14. TSB's are the intellectual property of Porsche NA and cannot be reproduced or posted online as that would be a violation of their property rights.
  15. I'd also like to know. Need just one TSB #7239 How about a sticky topic at the top of the TSB section, or is it a secret special handshake only some can know about like Masons? 🙂
  16. I just discovered this scam, started on Craigslist, then leads you to Hollmann Group in Michigan. It is very eloborate with convincing website and reviews! Here is a copy of email I received that has also been documented on rennlist as well. Reason for post is they claim to move alot of pacts.
  17. Any help for my 01’ Carrera Radio CDR 220 serial # 15064383 Had my convertible top repaired and apparently they disconnected the battery.
  18. CR210 BE2182 Serial: V5005059 Ty!
  19. Worked like a champ. Thanks so much, Loren!
  20. I have a 2001 with 49k and use Lucas upper cylinder lube with every tank fill up
  21. Thank you, I will try this. Will it help to push on the A pillar or windshield etc while driving?
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