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Jose Ramirez

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  • Present cars
    2001 Porsche 996
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    Unk
  • Former cars
    VWs, Jeep
  1. Thank you! Unplugging the box underneath the driver’s seat and plugged back, restored power to all accessories. What a relief as I was stressed out! Not familiar with the PIWIS tool you talked about, is it a computer diagnostics tool? thank you again!
  2. Looking for electrical expertise for an issue on my 2001 996 c2. After re-keying the car for a different reason, I lost power to most of my accessories; trunk, engine compartment lights, door and map reading floor lights and few other accessories. I believe has to be a relay or control unit. Any help is appreciated! Thank you!
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