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    97 Boxster
  1. Thank you! I just ordered one - I'll need a magnifying glass to see the tang. Next question is if I need new metal terminal connectors, which I am sure I will, where do I fin them? Thanks again JFP - really appreciate it.
  2. Very helpful, JFP, thank you. I didn’t know they made such a thing, and I’m ordering one now.
  3. Thanks! In my wire chasing, I either found the culprit or found something entirely different that needs attention ( attaching a pic). One of the wires from the 12-pin connector to the immobilizer has broken completely loose (Blue/Yellow and I just shoved it back in but there’s nothing securing it). The rest are seated fine but showing some signs of corrosion. I’d like to remove them from the housing, clean them, add new metal wire end connectors, and then reseat them. I’m unsure, though, how to remove them from the plastic housing without causing more damage so I can tend to them. Feels like s
  4. Thanks! In a 97 986 B6 is just the turn signals and top. Windows work fine; they’re D1. I’m trying to determine what else is driven through B6 as I’m at a loss as to why the fuse only pops when I open the door. It will remain in tact overnight, etc., but as soon as I open the door - poof.
  5. Having a similar but different issue with B6 popping in my 97 Boxster. I’ve cleaned all the light housings and connectors, replaced the rear light bulbs, checked the wires, and cleaned the grounds where I could. Also checked and cleaned everything connecting to the top motor. About 20 15amp fuses later problem still exists. Here’s where it gets weird - the fuse does not pop right away. So I started playing with stuff in sequence to see what would blow it. When I open the driver’s door, it pops right away (have not checked if passenger causes the same). All the interior lights are working as th
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