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Richard Flores

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  1. Replace the thermostat. I would also suggest doing the water pump and belt as it is easy to replace both when getting to thermostat. I had an indy shop replace all and code went away. If you buy parts online check out FCP euro as they have lifetime warranty on parts. Sent from my HD1907 using Tapatalk
  2. So why is this engineered like this for the windows to be down 4 in when the top is down? Has to be explanation somewhere. Very weird I think as I like my windows to be all the way up.
  3. I think he is saying this red clip. I also have the same problem and was looking for a solution but didn't think of the red clip. I bought one a while back. Can't try it as my box is in shop but will try it when I have it back home. Suncoast Porsche Parts & Accessories The Red Clip (Alarm System) WWW.SUNCOASTPARTS.COM Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
  4. So I'm getting the seats redone. Should I put my ctek on battery? will this be ok? Or should I disconnect the battery before removing seats? I heard that I should not put key in ignition when seats are out or dreaded airbag light will come on and will have to get it reset. So wondering if the ctek is ok to keep battery charged. So I'm also going to take out the immobilzer and add the ecu doctor waterproof box. Any tips? I saw install video and looks easy. Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
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