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Everything posted by Loren

  1. Yes, programming with a PST2 or PIWIS must be done whenever you change an instrument cluster.
  2. If it is not resetting after a turn then it is likely broken and needs replacement - sorry.
  3. Honest advise. Fair prices. Exceptional service. Expert technicians. A clean shop filled with beautiful cars. A true dealership alternative. These are just a few of the things you will find when you visit Salerno Motorsports. Don’t forget, we also BUY | SELL | CONSIGN LUXURY | SPORT | EXOTIC automobiles through our dealership, Autobahn Autos.
  4. Possible fault causes: - Electric fault in control line between DME and ignition coil - Spark plug connector faulty - Ignition coil faulty - Spark plug faulty - Secondary air - Mechanical or electrical fault in injection valve - Valve seat or valve faulty - Valve lift control faulty - Exhaust system blocked/narrowed - Foreign bodies in intake tract, this can lead to sporadic misfires on changing cylinders.
  5. Exact model and year of the car, please.
  6. No. If the code I gave you did not work then chances are that your radio was repaired by someone other than Becker. If that is the case then I can not help you... sorry.
  7. Really? Posting the same request 5 times? I think you need to wait another day or two - for breaking site rules.
  8. Yes, and MY200 Boxster. The radio also may have a separate in-line fuse. As well, the amp if you have one.
  9. Read and follow the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ.
  10. CDR-23 radios are matched to the car using PIWIS - so yes, either a dealer or shop with PIWIS.
  11. Not sure what you are talking about - perhaps a photo or two?
  12. Hmm... 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.
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