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  1. Connector pin assignment, display and operator control unit Plug A 1 - Speed signal 2 - Free 3 - Free 4 - Terminal 30 5 - Terminal 30 for windscreen antenna 6 - Free 7 - Free 8 - Terminal 31 ----------------------------------------------------------- Plug B 1 - Loudspeaker, rear right + 15 - Free 2 - Loudspeaker, rear right - 3 - Loudspeaker, front right + 4 - Loudspeaker, front right - 5 - Loudspeaker, front left + 6 - Loudspeaker, front left - 20 - CD AF, right 7 - Loudspeaker, rear left + 8 - Loudspeaker, rear left- 16 - Free 17 - Free 18 - CD AF ground 19 - CD AF, left Note Plug B is assigned only if no amplifier is installed. Note Plug C consists of 3 parts. Pins 1 to 6: yellow housing. Pins 7 to 2: green housing. Pins 13 to 20 : blue housing. Pins 1 to 6 are the loudspeaker outputs to the amplifier. They are assigned only if an amplifier is installed. Pins 7 to 12 are the control leads for the CD changer. Pins 18 to 20 are the loudspeaker outputs of the CD changer. Pins 7 to 20 are assigned only if a CD changer is installed. ----------------------------------------------------------- Plug C 1 - Line out, rear left 2 - Line out, rear right 3 - AF ground 4 - Line out, front left 5 - Line out, front right 6 - Terminal 30 for amplifier 7 - Control lead for CD changer 8 - Terminal 30 for CD changer 9 - Free 10 - Data lead 11 - Clock lead 12 - Reset lead 13 - Free 14 - Free ----------------------------------------------------------- D-Antenna lead ----------------------------------------------------------- E-Fuse ----------------------------------------------------------- Plug I 1 - Video signal, red 2 - Video signal, green 3 - Free 5 - Free 4 - Free 6 - Terminal 31 7 - Free 8 - Free 9 - Free 10 - Terminal 30 for navigation 11 - Terminal 58 d 12 - Free 13 - Terminal 30 14 - Video signal, blue 15 - Video signal synchronisation 16 - Video signal ground 17 - Free 18 - Free 19 - Terminal31 20 - To combination plug IIIpin 6 21 - From combination plug IIIpin 11 22 - Free 23 - Fuel consumption signal 24 - Speed signal 25 - Free 26 - Terminal 30 ----------------------------------------------------------- Plug II 1 - Diagnosis lead 2 - Terminal 15 3 - Terminal 86 s 4 - Data lead to navigation unit 5 - Free 6 - DSP (amplifier) ground 7 - Handsfree microphone ground 8 - Handset microphone 9 - Handset speaker 10 - Terminal 30, handset 11 - Free 12 - Voice output ground 13 - Voice output 14 - DSP (amplifier) 15 - Data lead from the heater / AlC unit 16 - Free 17 - Data lead from the navigation unit 18 - Free 19 - Free 20 - Handsfree microphone 21 - Handset ground 22 - Handset on-hook contact 23 - Free 24 - Free 25 - Free 26 - Free ----------------------------------------------------------- Nav unit follows...
  2. Carrera firing order image - in a Boxster, the engine faces 180 degrees the other way. So in a Carrera, 1-3 are on the drivers side and in a Boxster, 1-3 are on the passenger side. Bank 1 is cylinders 1-3 and Bank 2 is cylinders 4-6.
  3. I don't think you want the glass and gasket - just the gasket (item 2) right? 996 543 615 03 Left Gasket 996 543 616 03 Right Gasket The service manual says you need to remove the side window to replace this piece - but I wonder if it can be done with the window fully raised. Send me a PM if you want the window removal instructions. To replace the seal: 1. Remove adhesive residues from above and below the window profile if present. Pull the side window seal from below into the window profile. Pull it in using soapy water as a lubricant. 2. Clean the upper seal end (free from grease and lubricant). Coat the upper surface of the seal with Loctite 480 instant adhesive, and bond with the profile of the side window.
  4. Exerpt: More to come when it gets here in a few days...
  5. According to the TSB - it looks the same. Grey/Pink wire is still speedometer A signal and they add a same relay.
  6. You can drive the car if the CE light is on steady. If the CE light is flashing then no don't drive the car. That indicates a serious problem that could cause engine damage.
  7. Get the Pcode read by someone with a scan tool. Write down all the Pcodes and then post them here. Some parts stores will do this for free.
  8. The front brake pad area for Boxster S (and Carrera 2/4) is 254 cm - the GT3 (mk1) rear brake pad area is 254 cm. So the pads are still making the same surface contact even with the larger rotor disc. I would guess the larger rear disk on the GT3 provides better cooling and support the GT3 (Porsche MotorSport) sport pads (sorry don't know the specs on the sport pads 996 352 930 91).
  9. No the Boxster S rear calipers are: 996 352 421 xx 996 352 422 xx The pads are different too (similar but different).
  10. Odd... I've installed a half dozen or so of these (all versions) and the PSE always came with mounting brackets. I also never had to bend any of the exhaust tubes (even though they can be).
  11. The PST2 is used to measure the fluid temperature. The correct temp to check the ATF is 30 to 40 degrees C. A correct level is a slight amount of fluid escaping from plug B when removed - engine idling, car in "P", A/C off, and car on level ground. To add more fluid you have to remove the cap off the charging valve A and connect a filling tube to pump ATF in.
  12. At the top of the page in red Porsche Parts at Dealer Cost
  13. The second stage fans always come on and stay on when the A/C is running.
  14. Sorry, I though you wanted the door seal that goes all the way around the door frame. LOL- picture makes it clear. 996 551 119 04 A03 Lining (Black)(for coupe w/o comfort seats) 996 551 119 05 A03 Lining (Black)(for coupe w comfort seats)
  15. June 27th update: All MY2005 Cayenne order guides have been updated and Cayenne V6 Tiptronic has been added. Turbo S Coupe and Turbo S Cabriolet have also been added today. (Thanks again Viken!) MY2005 Order Guides
  16. I doubt you can order these since they are no longer on the US parts list. Perhaps from Germany though... 996 551 511 03 V01 Front Handle in Silver (LHD cars) 996 551 512 05 V01 Rear Handle in Silver (LHD cars) or (I think these are black only) 996 551 511 07 Front Handle (LHD cars) 996 551 512 07 Rear Handle (LHD cars) Some folks have had success paiting them with Wurth Silver and then several coats of Wurth Clear cloat. You will lose the silkscreen though.
  17. In order to reset the ce light you will need a scan tool or disconnect the battery for 5 minutes. If you do the later then you will need the radio code and also need to reset the clock. If after a reset the light comes on again then you have not solved the problem and likely need to use a scan to readout the "Pcode". From that you should be able to zoom in on potential causes.
  18. If you have access to a hoist or pit and a second set of strong hands it is likely doable. Here is the tool (actually a brace) and how it is used. I would think a well place jack would work well too - except that you have the risk of knocking it when removing the transmission.
  19. 996 537 075 03 Gasket Left Coupe (drivers side) 996 537 076 03 Gasket Right Coupe (passenger side)
  20. In order to use an 11" rear wheel on a narrow body car you will need to get the offset to 63 mm. Some tires will still rub but you are likely safe with the GT3 recommended tires as they are know by the factory to work on narrow body (GT3s) without rubbing. Current recommended tires for the GT3 are: 235/40 Z 18 & 295/30 ZR 18 Michelin Pilot Sport TL N2 (Directional) 235/40 Z 18 & 295/30 ZR 18 Pirelli P-ZERO Rosso N5 (Directional) 235/40 Z 18 Pirelli P-ZERO Corsa N6 (Directional) 295/30 Z 18 Pirelli P-ZERO Corsa N6 (Directional & For Specified Side Only)
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