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    Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
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  • Present cars
    1988 944S ROW
    2002 996 Cabriolet
    2018 Ford Focus RS
    1974 Chevy Nova
  1. Update on the car. Sent the ECU & immobilizer to "specialized in Florida". Key i got with the car wasn't programmable because it was missing the code tag. Got a new key and re-programmed the ecu/immo, the car is now fully functional (power locks, silenced alarm and hood/trunk actuators). The interior is completely reinstalled and I even got the engine under the car, connected the harness & ground cable and bump tested the starter. The oil level was also being read on the cluster. I split the cases on the trans to inspect, all looks good. Next t
  2. JFP I forgot to answer your question. For me this car was purchased for parts only, but the more I look at it there is no reason why I can’t make it a runner. It’s 99% complete with low miles. The pics were taken when I got the car home and it was in a sorry state. It looks completely different today. Carpets are ready to go back in but I want to sort out the last of the gremlins first I can post my progress if anyone is interested. I’m just hopping to get a little insight from those who have already gone down this road with their 996
  3. I looked over the car again today Blowing fuses on the M535 was due to a faulty alarm horn/ siren. I’m leaving it unplugged The clicking I referred to in my original post, I now understand that it’s the actual alarm going off. As soon as I connect the battery it goes off. I tried many things I read on other posts and nothing shuts it up. It does stop after a few cycles but will start up again if I turn the ignition off and back on again. The only items not connected at this point is the CD changer, amp, actual engine and 02 sensors. Does anybody know if missing an
  4. Hi folks, I bought a 2002 996 cabriolet that i'm trying to put back together (at the very least get it functional) for a possible auto cross/track car or use for parts on another car or similar. The history on the car: imported into Canada from Florida in 2007 Car has a irreparable tile in Ontario and was branded with a certificate of destruction back in 2006/ 2007 in Florida the car interior was completely striped including HVAC by prior owner because it needed a new front harness. For some reason it was received with a cut out fuse panel Car has a
  5. My screen is quite buggered Serial # could be x5018070
  6. Loren I tried the code and it didn’t work. My screen isn’t easily read. might be type 4362
  7. Hope you can help with retrieving my radio code for a project I'm working on 2002 996 Cab CDR-220 Becker 1 Type 9362 Serial X5016070
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