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    2005 Boxster S
  1. It's on the driver's side (left side facing the front of the vehicle). DaleE Emergency front boot release
  2. Does anyone know what this cable is for? I found it at the front and under the front trunk liner of a 2005 Boxster S. Thanks in advance!! DaleE
  3. I have purchased the complete workshop manuals for a small sum of money. I would like to pass on to all readers that the two CD's I received are worth every penny I spent on them. Contact porschelibrarian, a contributing member of this forum, for further information. You won't be disappointed!! :clapping: Dale
  4. Did you happen to wax your car around the same time this happened? I waxed mine one day this spring and as I was waxing the front of the car the front hood popped open. I then got the workshop message next time I drove the car. I querried a few Boxster boards and was told the control module located in thre right front fender fried thus prompting the same error message that you got. I took the car to Norden and by golly that's what it was! They cleared the message and I drove the car for about a month. In fact I just had the module replaced last Friday. (By the way I live in Lloydminster and have an 05 Guards Red S). I think we have met somewhere at one of the events. Were you autocrossing this past weekend? DaleE
  5. Yes mine has been in storage too for the winter. Were you able to get rid of it permanently? DaleE I've gotten this about 2 gallons into a tank that I've put fuel additive into when you stored it did you put sta-bil in the fuel? if you did I'd expect it'd clear itself up once you run that tank down and put fresh fuel in it Yes I did put Sta-Bil in to the tank before I put it away for the winter. DaleE
  6. Yes mine has been in storage too for the winter. Were you able to get rid of it permanently? DaleE
  7. Yesterday when I went to start my 2005 S a message came up on the OBC saying "System Fault - Visit Workshop". Has anyone had this same message come up and if so what was the prognosis/solution? I called the dealer this morning and service said they had never seen this before. The car starts and runs fine, no Check Engine Light. The message goes away when you pull the OBC lever towards you. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance! Dale E
  8. noticeably different under hard accelleration or also while driving the interstates? <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Pics and instructions would be great. I'd like to do mine too! DaleE
  9. That's the hole to view the level of the brake fluid in the resevoir! DaleE
  10. I couldn't find any mention of it in my 987 manual. DaleE
  11. I've got one in my 987S but can't figure out what it is for!! DaleE
  12. This is the cooler for the Tiptronic transmission. :D
  13. Does it just list the TSB's or can you actually download them? Thanks! DaleE
  14. Taken from the manual: Welcome Home Lighting Switching on f Move light switch to the HOME position. For improved visibility and security when you get in and out of the car, the fog lights and the tail lights remain on for a certain period of time: – When you get out of the car, the lights are turned on for approx. 30 seconds after the door is opened. The off-delay time resumes when the vehicle is locked. On vehicles with the Sport Chrono package, the PCM can be used to set the off-delay time. This setting also changes the lighting period for unlocking the vehicle. Please observe the chapter “Individual Memory” in the separate PCM operating instructions. The lights are turned on for approx. 30 seconds when the vehicle is unlocked. The lights go out if the ignition is switched on or when leaving the Welcome Home lighting If the ignition key is withdrawn and the door is opened while the lights (not the parking light left/right) are on, a gong warns of possible battery discharge. In some countries, differences are possible due to provisions of law. DaleE
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