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  1. 35 minutes ago, JFP in PA said:

    It is 2001 2.7. I've seen on forum people have done successfully by replacing those 3 parts. Instrument cluster will make no different. Also got this confirmed by a Porsche breaker but problem is I do not know the original ECU numbers. It is likely if someone installed ECU from a 3.2 did not even match part numbers with the old one.

    Welcome to RennTech :welcomeani:

    The DME, immobilizer, and keys all have to match (come from a single vehicle), or be recoded by a dealer to match.  The DME version also has to match the original chassis as they changed with model years.  What year is the vehicle?

     


  2. Hello,

    I just bought my first Porsche as always all my cars have to be non runners so I can learn more about them 🙂 Seems like the original issue was with the alarm control unit which was badly corroded inside so seller have changed ecu, key and alarm unit but car still would not start. On closer inspection I noticed marking on the ecu and alarm control units are for a Boxster S 3.2 (with white marker). As he attempted repair few years ago original ECU, Alarm ECU and KEY has been misplaced so I have no clue which "ECU kit" I should buy of my local breakers yard as there is a choice for 2.7. I noticed that there are at least 2-3 different part numbers for each unit and also anywhere I phoned they kept asking if my remote has 2 or 3 keys which again I am unsure what was the original one. Any help would be appreciated or maybe I can find somewhere online by the chassis numbers?

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