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    2006 Porsche 997.1

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  1. Bought new rear control module. Plugged it up and all is well except wing is still in up position. There is no light on the button for manual control and it does nothing. The warning DOES NOT come on at 75. One mechanic that I know said it probably has to be coded in as on. It was working perfect before getting wet. When I received the new unit I grounded myself and opened the plastic housing for the board. Without touching the board I used silicone sealant and a small paint brush and ran a bead of caulk around the seam where the two two halves mate together. In addition I placed the box in a
  2. Well I pulled the unit out from under the seat. Moister did get to it its toast. i don't see how the car even ran with this thing. Just in case I cleaned it with electronic spray cleaner. Then inspected it under a Jeweler's microscope. Melted components. I beiliva dis un no goood no mo. Where can I get one. I've been told dealer only because of the security issue. I checked the rear controller since I have the rear torn apart for coilover installation. Its fine as far as appearance. I'm surprised the fried board didn't cause something else to short out. Maybe this is the extent of the jeep rid
  3. Thank's Yes I agree the unit under the drivers seat certainly got wet. I'm going to access the unit. Then I've been going through the car and have pulled several connections and using a high quality electronics spray cleaner, dryer, etc. Then apply a touch of dielectric grease on plugs etc. not sensitive electronics though on to help protect and slow corrosion. What test or how do you determine if the unit under the seat is trashed? Is there a way to check resistance, voltage, etc with a multi-meter to determine if the controller is fried. Or is there a specific test that the dealer
  4. I was caught in a rain storm while driving. Wrong turn and water got deep fast (Charleston SC, Common problem). Managed to keep going. The all wheel drive and Jeep experience helped. Car pushed through and never flooded. However the carpet behind the driver seat got wet. As soon as I exited the water the rear wing started going up and down. After getting home and higher ground the following systems started malfunctioning. It has been several weeks now. -The reverse lights will not come on therefore back up camera not working. -Neither the front hood or rear engine lids will open with
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