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  1. I'm having a part replaced under warranty, a 997 610 105 11 - Control Unit. I had a "System Fault - Go To Workshop" error message appear after hitting the door lock/open button with the doors and front trunk open. I was washing the car and the key was in my pocket and so was activated when I bent over to dry the doors. Tech guy at the dealer said the fault was caused by a short when I changed the battery, but I changed the battery about six months ago, and never saw the error message until the afternoon I washed the car. Can't complain or argue as it's being handled under the warranty, but would be interested if anyone knew what this part was, how I might have damaged it, etc? Car is 2005 Boxster base model, manual trans, grey. Appreciate any feedback. jsbkk
  2. pdog, I had the same question and found some good data on ppbb's archives. I have an '05 987 - for going on two weeks now - and like the exhause note as it is, but am also considering a desnorkle if there are benefits. Keep us informed of your progress. Cheers, jsbkk
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