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  1. There are 3 pressure switches in the pneumatic lift system on the GT3. 997 341 964 90 - pressure switch until pump 997 341 967 90 - pressure switch from pump 997 341 963 90 - pressure switch One of these pressure switches registers when the pressure in the shock absorbers has reached 13 bar, and causes the LIFT indication to appear on the display. Until this pressure switch has activated, LIFT won't appear and pushing the button won't cause the car to lower. I believe this is the pressure switch that causes the failures described above - I'm just not sure which of the above part nu
  2. One follow-on to my first post - I just read the topic of another poster who's car jumped time and which couldn't be diagnosed because he has an aftermarket stereo. I have the Harmon Kardon TrafficPro radio that looks exactly like the Porsche CD23(?) in my car - would that explain why they couldn't read the code? If they pull the radio, would the code still be readable? Thanks again, Ken
  3. Hi I have a 2002 targa with 99,500 miles. (500 miles until the extended warranty runs out). Last week I'd run out for a sandwich at lunch - took the scenic route so the car as nice and warm when I parked it. Car has run perfect entire time I've owned it except for a weird episode last week where I heard what sounded like pinging at 3000 rpm. I got off the gas and it stopped and I couldn't recreated it. Anyway, came out of sandwich shop 20-25 minutes later, start car and begin backing out when engine quits with what sounded like a bang/shudder. I was confused what happened as I'm not
  4. Anyone out there had a targa where the rear hatch wouldn't release? I know there is an interlock that prevents it from opening when the top is open, but I've opened and closed the targa top to confirm that's not the problem... would the durametric software tell me what is going on? I need to get some boxes out of there!!! ;-) thanks!
  5. Hi Loren - thanks for all the help you provide here. It is a US car, and I saw two switches on the pedal. The one I replaced is normally pressed by the break pedal and is released when the pedal is pressed. the second switch to the side doesn't appear to be pressed until the brake pedal is depressed a very long way. I asked the parts guy for the "brake switch activation switch" - the bag has part number 996 613 113 01 and has 4 leads. what would I short to test with a jumper wire? thanks again! Ken ahh- I think I might have gotten turned around and swapped the switch and th
  6. Hi Loren - thanks for all the help you provide here. It is a US car, and I saw two switches on the pedal. The one I replaced is normally pressed by the break pedal and is released when the pedal is pressed. the second switch to the side doesn't appear to be pressed until the brake pedal is depressed a very long way. I asked the parts guy for the "brake switch activation switch" - the bag has part number 996 613 113 01 and has 4 leads. what would I short to test with a jumper wire? thanks again! Ken
  7. Hi I have a 2002 Targa 996 manual transmission with 47K miles. A month or so ago I washed the car and then had to leave it for a long weekend. The first time I drove the car I had ABS/PSM lights on after driving. I turned off the car, restarted and didn't see the codes again until the next day. The next day it happened again, but restarting only cleared the codes temporarily. After awhile I discovered that the codes would appear after releasing the brake pedal after it had been held for at least 2 seconds. After reviewing these forums I checked my brakes and realized that my brake ligh
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