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Everything posted by Loren

  1. Model/Capacity in Liters (US quarts) (approx.) 911 Carrera (3.4 liter engine) 8.50 liters (8.98 US quarts) 911 Carrera (3.6 liter engine) 8.25 liters (8.71 US quarts) Boxster 8.50 liters (8.98 US quarts)
  2. Not necessarily. Airbags don't take much power at all. Best to double check where your draw is.
  3. Then its time to monitor the battery current draw (amp meter) -- then remove one fuse (at a time) looking for the large current draw going away. That will be the circut with your draw or short.
  4. I suggest you start here... P0562 System Voltage Low Possible cause of fault • Vehicle electrical system control module malfunction • Contact resistance in wiring • Battery faulty • Voltage regulator and alternator faulty
  5. Yes, we have seen a weak battery cause all sorts strange electrical issues. If the battery is weak or over 4 years old it should likely be replaced.
  6. That card is for your CD Changer. You didn't read the Lost Radio Code FAQ -- Read This FIRST... "Can you give me a code for my PCM? These units are manufactured jointly by Siemens and Becker, and the only place where you can get the codes required is from the dealer/ OPC. The PCM’s require two codes, the ICS/Siemens code, and a Becker code. The ICS is the first code requested. Sorry, the only place you can get a PCM code is from a dealer/ OPC."
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