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  1. I could be wrong, but I think it beeps twice when the motion sensor faults or was faulted before correctly setting - which of course is activated by the micro switch. Does it do it when you have the top open (and w/out a red clip in place)? If so, that's your problem again... No it only seems to do it with the top up and in the locked position. Are you saying I have a faulted microswitch the day it came back from the dealer and I need to take it back?? Thanks for the help by the way!
  2. So I just got back from the dealership who replaced a micro switch for the top. When I got home and pressed the fob to lock it everything went fine, then about 10 seconds later the horn beeps TWICE. I capitalize twice because it is not the single blast for something left open, it beeps twice. Any ideas??
  3. Sorry here are vehicle specs: 1999 2.5 Boxster 5 Speed US I had the same problem and the car did not throw any codes when doing so. I have a good service rep. who diagnosed it down to a charcoal evaporative control canister. Apparently, when filling up the car with gas, if you overfill it, gas enters this canister and saturates it. The vehicle is no longer able to purge vapors through that canister and it stalls. If you have heard of this or experienced any of this feel free to comment. I do not know of the part he is talking about nor where exactly it is located but they were willin
  4. That's the outside air thermometer to tell you what the temperature is that you read on your OBC. :clapping: No wonder I had no idea what it was, OBC isn't turned on in mine! Thanks!
  5. What the hell is the little part on the passenger side of the front bumper? I looks like a little pitot tube with a wire off the back of it. Anyone?
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