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  1. Does anyone know if the Front and Rear Brake discs from a 987 S would fit on a 986 S as I've just been offered some half price but don't know wether to take the risk or not? Thanks
  2. Or remove the battery with the key in the on position. ...so last night I tried to disconnect the battery with the ignition in the on position, alarm goes off!!?? So I resolved to unplugging the the Siren and the Backup Battery instead. Couldn't find anything on here or anywhere on the Internet about the Backup battery, other than its position (which is right next to the main battery underneath the Siren unit - its not mentioned once in the Owners Manual (which is the US version) and I suspect might be something unique to the European version of the Boxster?). Its a real sod to get at to
  3. OK yes have just checked under the Passenger seat, the carpet surrounding the well that the unit sits in is still damp, although there appears to be no water lying there anymore (perhaps it has drained away slowly). Will attempt to remove the seat and unit later today. Reading Mike Fockes posts on his website http://mike.focke.googlepages.com/drainsdiagram he says that "...It also controls the ignition and a number of other functions" - so this may explain why the car is not starting?? Will let you know what happens, thanks for the advice, would have been a v expensive diagnostic from a Pors
  4. OK yes have just checked under the Passenger seat, the carpet surrounding the well that the unit sits in is still damp, although there appears to be no water lying there anymore (perhaps it has drained away slowly). Will attempt to remove the seat and unit later today. Reading Mike Fockes posts on his website http://mike.focke.googlepages.com/drainsdiagram he says that "...It also controls the ignition and a number of other functions" - so this may explain why the car is not starting?? Will let you know what happens, thanks for the advice, would have been a v expensive diagnostic from a Pors
  5. I have a 2000 Boxster S, on Tuesday night at 1.30am the alarm goes off for no reason (it wasn't raining at this point although it did start shortly after and it has been a ridiculous amount recently in the UK). Drove to work the next day (in the rain) and all was fine, when I got to work the car wouldn't lock (well it would lock but would then immediately unlock and give a double beep of the horn). Went to drive home later that day and even though the dash lights lit up fine, when I turn the Key nothing. Now clearly the rain has affected the electrics somehow thats a given. I was just wonder
  6. Try 5004 or 5002 Sorry, didnt seem to work (and I meant to put Becker 220, dunno if that makes any difference?
  7. Hi, usual story, lost Code Becker 1 CDR 200 - 4467 #Y5026257 Greatly Appreciated.
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