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Everything posted by BozzaGT4

  1. FYI - The wire (yellow plugs) connects to a impact sensor that sits under the headlight on the LHS. Supposedly there is another one on the RHS.
  2. Hello, can someone tel me what this wire connects to with the yellow end, it is part of the headlight harness. I have one on both sides? Also trying to find a diagram/picture showing the path the washer hose takes for the headlight washer system - the hose lengths in the manual don't make sense to me. Thanks for any help. Also any suggestions on the install
  3. Ended up taking to dealer and he released it electronically.
  4. I'm rebuilding a Cayman GT4 and don't have a key programmed to the car yet. The rear parking brake is on and I need to disengage it to allow me to roll the car. I have removed the wheel and can see the adjuster through the wheel bolt hole, but I can only see a third of it and, therefore, can not rotate it to release the parking brake manually..Any suggestions on how to manually release the brake? thank you
  5. Update- called dealer, he was surprised that I received the key without a tag. Ordered me a second key, then told me that the key does not come with a tag, because it is programmed "through the radio". As car radio doesn't turn on, back to square one. thanks
  6. Thank you. Reached out to dealer, they have ordered me another key with a tag. So my options with the PIWIS system is a) buy the computer/software b) go to dealer c) find a mobile locksmith? correct? thank you.
  7. Thanks and I should have received a number(s) with my key (see attached)?
  8. Thank you for the quick response I didn’t see a white tag with the key, should it have a number on it? If I need to contact the dealer, what should I ask for? The invoice has a lot of numbers, one of which might be relevant?: MID, TLI, AID,TVR, IAD, TSI? Thank you
  9. Hello, Rebuilding a 2016 Cayman GT4 (981), which came with no key. Bought new key from dealer and now trying to find Kessy for mobile locksmith to program key to car. Anyone know exactly where it is in the car. Believe it is under/behind drivers side dashboard. Any suggestions/pictures would be appreciated. Thank you
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