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    2012 Porsche 911S Cab.
  1. Hey does anyone know if the Bose amp need to be recoded by the dealer if replaced. My amp got wet and I need a new one.
  2. Hey guys, this is my first post here. I just bought a 2012 911s cab. I'm having a issue with the radio. No sound. I have checked through all the post and tried some fixes. I decided to take out the PCM and send it to be repaired. While I was doing this I saw the amp under the passanger seat had this white stuff on it. It looks like battery acid but sticky. Any ideas?
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