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  1. 58 minutes ago, Steven Krekeler said:

    Unfortunately the battery for my 2000 996 was disconnected and I am now looking for the 4 digit code for my radio.  It would be great if someone could help me out.  The particulars

     

    Type:  Becker CDR 220

    Model number:  BE 4462

    Serial number: Y5040787

     

    Thanks for whatever help you can provide.

     

    Steve

     

    Try 6538

     


  2. P055600 Brake booster pressure sensor vacuum

     

    Fault setting condition(s)
    - This detects a faulty electric brake booster vacuum pump
    - This detects a brake booster vacuum that is too high, too low or implausible

     

    Possible causes:
    - Check brake pedal sensor adjustment
    - Check whether vacuum is physically OK (leakage, etc.)
    - Check wiring harness
    - Check relay for vacuum pump
    - Replace vacuum sensor
    - Check DME control unit for correct program/data version
    - Replace DME control unit


  3. 26 minutes ago, Doug Vazquez said:

    Two weeks after acquiring my 996, the ignition switch decided to not work as designed.  I bought the switch on Amazon that week.  This weekend I changed it out after a salmon fishing trip.  Usually I don't want to do much after cleaning fish and the boat, but I decided to tackle this job.  The instructions were instrumental in making this job a piece of cake. 

     

    At 62, I an not real good at limbo dancing anymore.  I was able to do the job without climbing under the dash. I was just barely able to see the bottom set screw through the vent rough opening space.  Just barely.  Good enough to be able to loosen and tighten the set screw.

     

    The job was a little of a pain in the butt, however all went well and now life is all good again.

     

    Thanks again for the great help.

    Doug Vazquez

     

    :thumbup:

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