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    2010 997.2 TT
  1. Hi All, All a sudden my 997.2 TT's PCM won't turn on. I checked the fuse the 15 AMP on end of the last row on the right (circled) and it's fine. I also tried to replace it with the spare fuse and no luck. Is this the right fuse to check? What else I can try before taking it back to the dealer? Thanks!
  2. My low beam (xenon) is working fine, I haven't checked the high beam and fog lights yet. Speaking of which, I would check them out now Update: I tested all the lights and they are all working fine, low/high beam fog lights etc. Only the license plate lights are not working after DRL relay is pulled. (They were working before I pulled the relay :))
  3. I pulled the DRL relay as other members suggested and it does disabled all the DRL, however, the license plate lights do not turn on even I turned on the headlights. I've searched the forum and google and it doesn't seems to be able to find the solution on this one. Anyone has any suggestion? Is it possible to connect the license plate lights to the rear lights (not the break lights, the one that will be turned on all the time and will not grow brighter when you step on the break) Many thanks! :D
  4. Thanks wvicary! That sounds very easy. One more silly question, "local parts store" means local dealership's part store or do you mean stores like "lordco"? :) Thank you again!
  5. Hi all, I tried to do a search about hacking a Canadian Porsche 996 and modify the DRL on the forum but I cannot find any. Please direct me to the posts if it was already discussed. All I can found was DRL hack a US car to enable DRL. Anyways, long story short, MY01 996 is a Canadian car and have the DRL which turn on low beam, side markers, rear lights. I want to know how easy is it to modify the DRL on a Canadian car to either use the fog light as DRL or if I decide to add a pair of LED light bars and wire them to the side markers, in this case disable the low beam as the DRL so I can
  6. I don't think Porsche will recommand you using any automatic car wash with high water pressure on cabs, at least my last Boxster's owner manual didn't recommand that. Never used an automatic car wash on my Porsche ever.
  7. Thanks Loren! I getta be really careful when I'm getting myself a set of those. :renntech:
  8. Hi, Is the 10 spoke 2 pcs wheel for 2001 Boxster S the same off set for 01 996? http://shop.wheelsrims.net/inventory-14222.html http://shop.wheelsrims.net/inventory-14220.html Thanks.
  9. Have you tried cleaning up yet and did it help? I have simular starting problem. I replaced the battery a couple months ago, and the problem did not go away.
  10. Oh... my current set when I turn the wheel all the way, I can hear it touches the well so I use to not making a full turn when parking, but of course a set that will fit perfectly would be ideal. Thanks for your info :) I will keep looking.
  11. Hi guys, My current ride (MY01 C2 narrow body) is running on a set of 19" OZ rims, and the rear tire is 295/30 and the front is 265/35. The question is, I am looking for a set of 18" since 19" is not recommanded and the current set has a few curbed and the right lip is banded a little. I'm looking at this Porsche design 2 pieces rims, what is the widest tire I can mount on this. The link is the picture of it. 18" X 10". The fact that I want to keep the 295 if possible. http://shop.wheelsrims.net/inventory-14220.html Thanks. P.S. I don't know what the offset of my current set as I
  12. Try 6609 or 6607 Thanks Loren, unfortunately neither of these code works. I got a "wait" after 3 wrong attempts. I will try 2 digits diff when my sterio is not in "wait" mode. :thankyou:
  13. Hi I bought MY01 996 last year and I'm not provided with the radio code. CR-220 Type 4362 Seri 15030796 Thanks in advance.
  14. Thanks, Yes, I believe they are for the TT (wide body). I'll find out what's the off set of the those wheels. Cheers
  15. Hi, Will these fit my 01 C2? http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Parts-Acces...d=p4506.c0.m245 Thanks, David
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