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Everything posted by Loren

  1. Probably not worth your time trying to clean - they wear out - so just replace it.
  2. Did this happen after replacing the car battery? With or without Kessy?
  3. Sorry, no the 996 605 103 01 is unique up to MY1999.
  4. Fault code 1400 - Control position not adjustable Possible cause of fault: - Control position not adjustable, vehicle too low or too high (no display) 1. Check mechanical and pneumatic components. 2. Check to see if other faults are recorded (e.g. 0774, 0775, 0776, 1780). 3. Re-calibrate level control module. 4. Replace level control module.
  5. Didn't read the Lost Radio Code FAQ? "CDR-23 (or later): These radios do not have a security code - that is, not that the user enters. These radios are security tested on the MOST (fiber optic bus) system to see if they are the "programmed" radio. The radios are programmed and recognized by the car’s DMEand can only be replaced by a shop with a PST2 or PIWIS. These radios will not request a code when battery power is disconnected."
  6. We're back with a new season of the Porsche Top 5 Series, and this time we're talking numbers. What are the most expensive Porsche cars ever sold at auction? We join Ted Gushue to find out.
  7. Likely 9A7 007 517 00 sheet metal screw 4.8x19 (updated part) -- US MSRP $0.39 each
  8. I don't think it's going anywhere with 4 pop-rivets in the piece.
  9. I think there is a page missing from the MY1999 Boxster schematics. If you look at later models E188 is on the Motronic 7.2 diagram - which seems to be missing. It also would imply that the "S" got DME 7.2.
  10. Look at the schematic again - the plugs are labeled I/7 -- that means socket 1 pin 7. You will also see II/14 which means socket 2 pin 14. You likely want the ones labeled as socket 1 (I/1 to 18).
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