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  1. Thanks! I had a bad battery, and after I changed it, the steering wheel sensor code popped up as well. But I was able to fix/calibrate that using Durametric. But the 4420 remains...
  2. Hi Guys: My 2005 Boxster decided to throw this code at me. Durametric says that it's rate of turn sensor. Any ideas how to resolve it? Thanks!
  3. Oh, and my heated seats apparently aren't working either. No LED next to the seat icon.
  4. Hi All: I went to program the Homelink buttons on my "new" 2006 Boxster yesterday and noticed that the LED was not doing it's blinking thing when I did the delete code reset. Any ideas? Thanks!
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