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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2005 997S Cabriolet
    2005 Cayenne Turbo
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    1995 993 Coupe
    1999 996 Cabriolet
  1. Maybe this is what happened (from the owner's manual): Remote Control In the multi-purpose display of the instrument panel, you can set different variants of locking and unlocking the doors and the rear lid as well as the check-back signal when locking and unlocking the vehicle and save them on the respective remote control. f Please observe the chapter “COMFORT” on Page 116. The air conditioner settings are stored on the respective remote control when switching off the ignition and locking the vehicle. The “Air flow OFF” setting is stored for approx. 60 minutes and the “Recirculated air” setting is stored for approx. 20 minutes. Phil
  2. Even when installed as original equipment on my Cayenne Turbo I lose the signal more often than I expected. Out in the wide open it works pretty well, but driving down a tree lined street can result in a loss of signal. And sometimes I can go under a bridge with no loss and other times I get a loss that even lasts a few seconds after coming out from under the bridge. I guess it depends on the direction you are going in relation to the location of the satellite. Phil
  3. I had the exact plug you are looking for in my '99 996. I don't think you can buy it separately. It came as part of a non-smoking kit that included replacing the ashtray with an open tray. It was plastic and matched the orginal lighter except it showed a flame with a line through it indicating it wasn't a lighter. Phil
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