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  1. Well, to add to the fun... the codes are gone... by themselves... That makes me suspect a loose harness connection somewhere. I checked under the passenger seat, but didn't see any suspects. The steering code leads me to think that it must be in the dash, just wish I knew where to start. But, hard to troubleshoot a problem that is gone. I'll let you know if it comes back in the next few days...
  2. Thanks! Sorry, It's a US 2006 Boxster base.
  3. First of all, Hi everyone and thanks for contributing (I'm new to the forums)... I hooked up a Durametric cable to my boxster and got these fault codes. I've reset them a few times, but they seem to come back a few days later... any thoughts? 8004 Terminal 50 8050 Electronic steering column lock internal fault C152 Communication PSM control unit (drive) Any help is appreciated... are these all in a single harness somewhere that might have come loose?
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