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About pyiu

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  • Birthday 06/28/1975

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    Northern NJ
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 996tt, 2003 Audi RS6
  • Former cars
    2000 S4 Nogaro Blue
    2000 S4 Silver
    2004 Audi S4 Black
    2001 Audi TTR
    2000 MB E55
    2000 MB ML55
    2002 X5 4.6
    2004 Cayenne S
    2004 Cayenne Turbo
    1999 BMW M3 2dr
  1. here is my problem I went from a stock wing to a gt2 replica wing then back to my stock wing on my 2002 Turbo, now the fan works, the 3rd brake light works, the trunk switch works, but when I drive over 75 mph/hit the manual up and down button my wing is still down. do i have to reset something on the car? oh yeah the fault light is not on. LMK Thanks, Phil
  2. out of curious how would that be done...where it eh seat memory module, I can't just bypass it, I know its been done before many times.
  3. loren, thanks! i have a 2002 996 turbo - we have the wiring diagram for that and we installed the passenger 997 turbo sport seats with the adjustable bolsters in them with no problem. how do we bypass the memory seat options from the 996 to make the 997 turbo sport seats function. i hope that makes sense. (I believe the seats were out of an 07/08 997 turbo.
  4. LMK I tried the search thanks! The seats have full power no heat.
  5. I just got the 997 turbo seats for my 996 turbo the seats fit for sure but again any updates on the connectors totally different set up. thanks!
  6. by chance do you have the picture of this harness, I just installed the wing as well (not me my body shop) the light is killing me.
  7. I had bought the avic f700 and it was a horrible unit, the bt worked and broke, the ipod connection kept on dropping, it took very long to start up I mean I was already halfway to work by the time the unit booted up. horrible unit the vendor however was great about it he took it back no questions asked.
  8. Sorry tried searching.... can't seem to find instructions on removing/installing door pulls and door pockets
  9. did this on my turbo as well its a great mod. Before: After:
  10. thanks for the post this was very helpful, I just did the center console delete tonight. it took a bit longer than I thought but relocating the heated seat buttons was what got me on this one. So while I had everything apart I relocated the microphone for my BT kit and relocated the ipod wires to the glove box underneath the center console. The look is now very clean.
  11. Loren, Problem fixed on the harness the accessory and the constant lines where switched. :angry: Everything is a ok now.
  12. I'll try that after getting off the phone with Alpine they suggest just to go directly to the battery so I don't mess anything up at all. I agree it doesn't make sense and the only thing that I hooked up on this car is the Valentine 1.
  13. so the v1 thru the sunroof is on a constant? I thought the sunroof was switched.
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