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  1. Thanks JFP. Yes this is my intent. Have them resolve the Evap leak and rclear the code.
  2. I've had this code for awhile. Changed the gas cap and problem still exist. I've read various forums on what could cause this and read up on them. I had no way of testing to pinpoint the issue so I brought it in to a Independent shop. They did a smoke test and could not find a leak. My only other option was the dealer so I took it in to Stevens Creek Porsche. They performed a smoke test and determined these parts to be faulty/leaking so they replaced the following parts: 1. 996-201-221-07 ACTVD CARBN CO 2. 996-605-201-01 SHUT-OFF VALVE 3. 996-605-213-01 CARBON CONT VA Codes were reset. After driving the car around for a few day (65 miles) the CEL came back on. P0455 and also a P0430. I'm almost certain these two are related. I am bringing the car back to the dealer and need to be prepared with what they may claim. Any advice ? Can an Evap leak cause the P0430? I'm also holding them responsible for the P0455 code. __________________
  3. Try 9386 Worked great. Thanks for the quick response
  4. Hello, I have a 2002 Boxster S CDR 220 and need the radio code. Model: BE 6625 Ser#: 15009365 Thanks Efren
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