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Bruce Ward

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    1997 Porsche Boxster

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  1. I have just recently got my in-laws 97 Porsche Boxster up and running and took it for a short test drive. Everthing on the instrament panel is working, but the speedometer is working. So I the vehicle back up and located the speed sensor on the manual transmission, but there are no wires attached to the sensor, and I can't find any loose wires nearby!!!!! Help!!!!!
  2. In-laws Porsche Boxster sat for 4 years, I just got it up and running, major tune-up, new battery and that fun to get to alternator and now the radio is locked? Radio model. CDR-210 PR-VERS. R-2896 SERIAL # V5008367 Fingers crossed, Thanks
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