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    San Jose, CA
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    2003 Boxster S
  1. Hello All! I did the OBC/Cruise control retrofit on my 03 Boxster S and need the DME and cluster coded. Does anyone in the SF Bay Area, San Jose area do this for not a lot of money??? Thanks!
  2. So, is the emergency release cable on the left side, or the right side, for a 2002 911? I'm getting conflicting info! :-) I think it's on the right side from what I've been reading.
  3. Thank you gentlemen! I'll do the emergency cable thing, and deal with the battery, then the regulator or alternator! Thanks so much for the advice! I appreciate it! ..Joe
  4. Thanks for the response! I agree with everything you said... and it all makes sense. What baffles me is why I apply power to the red post in the fuse box to unlatch the hood, it doesn't work!!!! The alarms sounds loud and strong.. not like I have a weak batter connected to it. But the key in the door will not disable the alarm, nor will the hood or trunk unlatch. Gotta be a fuse right???
  5. Hello All, Weird thing happened with my 02 996 yesterday... It's a 6 speed, vert... Driving to work, my voltage gauge started jumping from 14 - 11 volts.. back and forth.. Okay, my regulator is going out. Seen it before... Work all day.. go out, get in the car, it charges normal for about 10 minutes, then starts jumping again when things warm up. Just about home... I'm about 200 yards from home and the voltage regulator pegs at full charge.. then my ABS and brake warning lights come on.. I turn in the driveway and turn the thing off... Lock the doors.. Go in, and order a regulator from Pel
  6. Where are you guys finding the option code, or paint code? I've got a 2002 996 and can't find mine.. Thanks, ..Joe
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