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  1. Yeah it's a 4 digit code for the MDR-32. Why O why couldn't i have just had a normal CD player rather than a MiniDISC!
  2. Try 5515 or 5513 Loren, Any more ideas please I've tried the codes you gave me and 5517 just in case but still no luck. It's an MDR-32 if it makes any difference?
  3. Just had a new engine fitted by Porsche and the Radio code they have given me (8358) does not work! please help me. Type: 4967 SN: Y5016069 Thanks in advance Graeme
  4. Hi all, I have recently invested in the Durametric software due to problems i've been having and would like to know exactly what some of the perameters actually measure. My car is a ROW 986 Boxster S manual Fault codes i have are: P0154 P1128 P1130 P0300 P0301 P0302 P0303 I have just cleared these as i am more interested in getting real time date from the "actual values" tab of which i have been plotting results from the "misfire counter cylinder #" The question i would like to know is where these numbers are coming from? would it be picking up the data from; supply to
  5. Thanks guys, I have driven about 300 miles since it was replaced the first time. The intake has been cleaned, it just gets more thrown in from the AOS. Is there anything that could be forcing too much oil into the AOS that it can't cope?
  6. Hi all, Great site, full of usefull info. I've been having problems with my 2000 S which i'm hoping someone may be able to help before i loose all confidence in the Porsche brand. It has started to smoke lots when i accellerate hard over 5000rpm. It would be as though the oil breather system is getting pressurised and dumping all the excess oil into the intake manifold. I took it to a local Porsche specialist where i have had work/servicing done previously who replaced the AOS and gave it back to me saying it was fixed.....which i found not to be the case after 1 journey! They had it
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