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    The fourth stalk can be added.
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    Yes, that is the seal and the cam tool set.
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    Struts live in a pretty harsh world with road grit and moisture being thrown at them. The stock struts have a pretty good dust cover arrangement to protect the damper shafts and seals but the coil-over replacements I’m familiar with don’t have nearly as effective protection. There’s an easy and inexpensive solution in the form of the Coil-Over Socks that I’ve photographed here. The socks have a velcro seam top to bottom so they just wrap and zip to install. I’ve had mine for some time and they’re holding up well. The best part is that my coil-overs were nice and clean when I later went in to adjust ride heights.
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    Kessy module is under the dash just up above the accelerator pedal. I think the module next to the rear comfort control module is the level control module?
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    Guys, Thanks for the information in this and several other threads. I was able to fix an new problem on my 2002 Boxster. The passenger window stopped dropping the 1/2 inch on either inside or outside handle pull. It was really odd, I took out the latch and while wiggling it around the window would drop and raise back up repeatedly. I took the latch apart and cleaned it and re-soldered the pc board. Put it back together and it as working fine. Thanks again, Ken Alarm Fault 47 Possible cause of fault: • Short circuit to ground/open circuit between alarm system control module and door locks • Door lock faulty Fairly common is a worn and broken mechanical latch in the door lock itself.
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    P0300 is a generic code for misfires. P0301-P0303 are misfires for cylinders 1, 2, and 3. Your other post is about hard starting. I would start by checking the fuel pressure at the fuel rails. There is a valve just for that purpose. Also, at the same time test fuel pressure bleed down. That will test your fuel pressure regulator. The Bank 1 misfires may be either electrical (coils/plugs) or fuel. When was the last time you ran some fuel injector treatment/Cleaner (like Techron) through the system? Also, actually remove the engine ground wire and clean up the connections from any corrosion/rust.
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    So I was looking at dashcams and thought maybe I would use my GoPro instead with a remote - seems their handlebar mount is made for the rear cross bar (£17 on Amazon at the moment) Will run a USB-C cable from the socket in the console when it arrives Quite happy with the result and I can’t see it in my rear view mirror at all
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    Quick follow up in case others need this. It was the AOS. All fixed and back on the road.
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    Sorry my bad. You are correct 14 is left pump primary, 13 is right pump secondary.
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    Are you sure you don't have fuses mixed up? I'm currently on 1 pump in my CS with fuse 14 pulled and can hear the right side pump running/whinning when the car is on. I think Fuse #14 is for the driver side pump and #13 is the right pass side pump, but feel free to correct me If I'm wrong USA
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    Thank you, Loren. My code didn't work. I again followed the directions from FYI. Now I think I have have the correct info. 2000 Porsche boxster CPR 2081 4462 15000612 24/99 Again thank you for your support.
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    Some words cannot possibly be used in the same sentence; "cheap rebuild" and "Porsche" is one example.........
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    Ive just done this mod now, took me about 10 mins, i earthed mine to the center console bracket. works a treat and still drops the windows when you unlock the top cant fault it, dont think i would use it anything over crawling speed for fear of damage, but i think like some others, its a bit OTT for the hanndbrake and stopped settings
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    The pink, yellow, and, green plugs. Do they have a part #?
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    Hi All Below is some of what the shop manual has to say on the convertible top function. The actual trouble shooting is quite specialized because special tools are required. It sounds like you may have a faulty micro-switch I am having a problem with my top also, it is in the convertible top fully open (or down) position. When I actuate the top switch I get the click clack sound from the control module but no action. Recently I topped up the hyd fluid (as per Izzy's DIY)to correct an intermitant cab top function and the top worked perfect. I have two questions for those who have moved the top by manual method; If I put the top up by the emergency (manual) method, will the top need to be calibrated? Does anyone know if the durametric code reading software can read and clear top function codes? This is alittle long and no diagrams 911 Carrera (996) Convertible-top diagnosis General information Diagnosis The monitoring of signals by the convertibletop control module enables the system to perform reliable, precise diagnosis. Further, certain additional functions, such as e.g. test of drive links and of input signals can be activated using the Porsche System Tester 2 and their function checked. General infonnation Convertible-top control Each single step of the opening/closing process is only executed on condition that the preceding step was performed correctly. If a single step is not confirmed within a given time, the actuation of the drive motor is interrupted. The fault memory can be read out and erased with the Porsche System Tester 2. The diagnostic socket is located below the knee guard on the driver's side. At the beginning of a process, the limit switch or potentiometer values have a particular configuration, which is examined by the control module. The control module monitors itself and the connected components. The results are read out via the diagnostic interface. 625_96 61 01 Diagnosis/troubleshooting, convertible top Printed in Germany -II, 1998 99661Dl 61-D3Convertible-top diagnosis 911 Carrera (996) Overview of convertible-top components Rocker switch 1 2 Warning light Micro-switch, latching hook (windscreen frame) 3 Micro-switch, convertible-top latch (convertible-top side) 4 Potentiometer I convertible-top interrogation 5 6 Control module Micro-switch, convertible-top compartment lid (locked) 7 Potentiometer, convertible-top compartment lid interrogation 8 Micro-switch, left/right rear section flap up and down 9 The convertible top is actuated if: Terminal 15 is connected via ignition. The parking brake input is connected to ground (parking brake engaged), No speedometer signals greater than 5 km/h (3 mph) are present. Engine compartment lid is closed (input not at ground potential), 61 -D 7 61 01 Diagnosis/troubleshooting, convertible top Printed in Germany -11, 1998 99661Dl Fault memory Overview of possible faults 1 Switch position implausible 2 Button short to ground 3 Convertible-top pot. fault 4 CTCL pot. fault 5 Timeout error 6 Calibration necessary 7 Supply voltage 8 8 61 -D 12 6101 99661Dl Diagnosis/troubleshooting, convertible top Printed in GenT1any -II, 1998Convertible-top diagnosis 911 Carrera (996) Fault, Fault code Possible causes, elimination, notes Test point 1 Switch position implausible Fault code 01 This fault is only stored in the memory when an operation has taken place (button or comfort function with the key). 1. Check response of micro-switches of rear section flaps left and right. A defective micro-switch must be replaced. Refer to Servo No. 61 41 19 2. Check response of micro-switch in convertible-top latch. If the micro-switch is defective, replace the convertible-top latch. Test point 2 Button short to ground Fault code 02 1. Check pin 1 to pin 4 for continuity (bitmap on "close" switch), check button pin 2 to pin 4 for continuity (bitmap on "open" switch). 2. Measure resistance of wires 1 and 2 to one another with the ohmmeter. Display 1.8 -2.0 K .0. . 6101 99661D14 Diagnosis/troubleshooting, convertible top Printed in Germany -11, 1998 61 -D 14(;onvertible-top diagnosis 911 Carrera (996) Fault Fault code Possible causes, elimination, notes OJ 0 , -. Test point 3 Convertible-top pot. fault Fault code 03 This fault is only stored in the memory if the voltage at the input of the convertible-top potentiometer exceeds or falls below the operating range. 1. Switch ignition off and remove ignition key. With test adapter 9619, 9636 and pin template 9636, measure the resistance of the convertible-top potentiometer at row I, pins 12, 21 and 24 with the ohmmeter. If the display 00 .Q appears, the convertible-top potentiometer must be replaced. Refer to Servo No. 61 66 19 2. Switch on the ignition and measure at row 1, pins 12 and 21, with the voltmeter; nominal value (display) 0.4 -4.4 volts. If there is no voltage display, replace the control module. 3. Calibrate the convertible top Test point 4 CTCL pot. fault Fault code 04 This fault is only stored in the memory if the voltage at the input of the convertible-top compartment lid potentiometer exceeds or falls below the operating range. 1. Switch ignition off and remove ignition key. With test adapter 9619,9636 and pin template 9636, measure the resistance of the convertible-top compartment lid potentiometer at row I, pins I, 3 and 5 with the ohmmeter. If the display 00 .0. appears, the potentiometer and drive motor must be replaced. Refer to Servo No. 61 70 19 2. Switch on the ignition and measure at row 3, pins 1 and 3, with the voltmeter; nominal value (display) 0.5 -4.4 volts. If there is no voltage display, replace the control module. 3. Calibrate the convertible top 61 -D 15 61 01 Diagnosis/troubleshootin~~, convertible top Printed in Germany -11, 1998 99661D14Convertible-top diagnosis 911 Carrera (996) 8 Fault, Fault code Possible causes, elimination, notes Test point 5 Timeout error Fault code 05 This fault is only stored in the memory if an electric motor is actuated and does not reach the limit position within 6 seconds, or the potentiometers of the convertible top and CTCL do not show any change in voltage within 3 seconds. To check the micro-switch input signals, select the input signals which appear in the menu: Latch locked, Latch unlocked, Convertible top, Convertible-top compartment lid side flaps, Latching hook. Actuate the micro-switch manually (press it) to read the response in the bitmap positions of the tester display. -;~ 0 192_98 If the convertible top is between "Convertible top closed" and "Convertible top forward" and if the "Convertible top raised" input is connected to ground (contact for micro-switch of convertible-top latch does not lie against the top edge of the cowl panel and does not switch), examine the tension of the convertible-top covering using the left and right tension cables or, if necessary, loosen by 1 or 2 turns so that the contact lies against the top edge of the cowl panel and switches. Diagnosis/troubleshooting, convertible top Printed in Germany -11, 1998 6101 99661D14 61 -D 16911 Carrera (996) Convertible-top diagnosis Fault, Fault code Possible causes, elimination, notes 193_98 If the convertible top is in the forward position (diagram) on closing, check the response of the micro-switch -unlocked or not unlocked (small diagram) -in the convertible-top latch. If the micro-switch is defective, replace the convertible-top latch. 194_98 If the convertible top is in the rear position (diagram) on opening, check the response of the micro-switch -unlocked or not unlocked (small diagram) -in the convertible-top latch. If the micro-switch is defective, replace the convertible-top latch. 61 -D 17 61 01 Diagnosis/troubleshooting, convertible top Printed in Germany -II, 1998 99661D14Fault, Fault code Possible causes, elimination, notes 195_98 If the convertible top is in the centre front position (diagram) on closing, check the response of the micro-switch -not locked or locked (small diagram) -in the convertible-top latch. If the micro-switch is defective, replace the convertible-top latch. 8 196_98 If the convertible top is in the centre rear position (diagram) on opening, check the response of the micro-switch -not locked or locked (small diagram) -in the convertible-top latch. If the micro-switch is defective, replace the convertible-top latch. 61 -D 18 6101 99661D14 Diagnosis/troubleshooting, convertible top911 Carrera (996) Convertible-top diagnosis 197_98 If the convertible top is in the closed position (diagram) and the latching hook has been actuated, check the response of the convertible top (CTCl) micro-switch or adjust the Bowden cable of the central locking hook in such a way that the micro-switch switches. A defective micro-switch must be replaced. Refer to Servo No. 61 81 19 If the convertible top remains in a position not described here: 6. Switch ignition off and remove ignition key. With test adapter 9619,9636 and pin template 9636, measure the resistance of the convertible-top compartment lid potentiometer at row 3, pins I, 3 and 5 with the ohmmeter. If the display 00 .0. appears the potentiometer and drive motor must be replaced. Refer to Servo No. 61 7019 7. Switch ignition off and remove ignition key. With test adapter 9619, 9636 and pin template 9636, measure the resistance of the convertible-top potentiometer at row 1, pins 12, 21 and 24 with the ohmmeter. If the display 00 .Q appears, the convertible-top potentiometer must be replaced. Refer to Servo No. 61 66 19 61 01 Diagnosis/troubleshooting, convertible top Printed in Germany -11, 1998 99661D14 61 -D 19 Printed inConvertible-top diagnosis 911 Carrera (996) Test point 6 Calibration necessary Fault code 06 This fault is stored in the memory after 1000 actuations or if fault code 03, convertible-top pot. fault, or fault code 04, CTCL pot. fault, is entered. 1. Read out and delete actuation counter 2. 2. A newly installed control module has not been calibrated. 3. Proceed as described in test points 3 or 4. 4. Calibrate the convertible top Test point 7 Supply voltage Fault code 07 1. Check the battery or alternator. 2. Inspect the plug connection on the control module for corrosion, 8 8 6101 99661D14 Diagnosis/troubleshooting, convertible top Printed in Germany -II, 1998 61 -D 20 Germany -11, 1998
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