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Loren

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  1. You need to re-train the windows. You do so by pressing and holding the button down - all the way down and an additional 10 seconds. Then do the same for raising the window. It's been covered here many times before so give our search a try next time.
  2. Try 1457 Please consider a donation to support this site - thank you.
  3. https://www.amazon.com/Porsche-Boxter-Radio-Removal-Tools/dp/B00XSAPF3G/ref=as_sl_pc_tf_til?tag=renntechorg-20&linkCode=w00&linkId=XCDIFRLMKX5YLRPI&creativeASIN=B00XSAPF3G
  4. READ the Lost Radio Code FAQ and follow the instructions there. I will only answer radio code requests in that one forum thread.
  5. Sounds like either the key or the lock detents are worn - or both are worn. You could try a new key before replacing the whole switch.
  6. The Registry is currently unavailable due to a software bug that causes it to hang. It will be back up once the author has supplied a fix for the error. Thanks for your patience!
  7. If the car starts okay then that party of the coding was done. As I recall programming the door locks is separate as well as the rear hatch.
  8. The car has to be programmed to the Kessy fob (not the other way around). You must have the car's security codes and use a Porsche PIWIS tester. There is no other way that I am aware of. You need to find a shop with a Porsche PIWIS tester and then you as the legal car owner needs to go a Porsche dealer and request your security codes - you may be required to show proof of ownership.
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