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  1. If this is a manual transmission car - have you checked the clutch switch? I had a similar issue and it was an intermittent clutch switch.
  2. Perhaps a salvage yard - just make sure it has the same part number as there were several changes over the years.
  3. Yes, on 2004 and older PIWIS actually uses the PST2 software for it's work.
  4. Try Palo Alto Speedometer -- http://www.paspeedo.com/porsche.htm
  5. That charging number is pretty close to normal. Are you sure you do not have a short or device causing a power draw. This can be measured with an amp meter easily and should be under 100 ma.
  6. I am not sure about this code it is not in any of my manuals. If everything is working fine I would not worry about it - it might be a Durametric glitch.
  7. Only the one in the way - since it likely comes out the bottom.
  8. I think you need to remove the complete steering shaft. Porsche book time for that is about two hours. Lots of work though - here is a summary...
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