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    Porsche Boxster S 2005
  1. did you find out what's the problem and how to fix it? my car wont start and the trip computer say psm fail, abs fail, and oil measurement fails.. after i play around with the fuse.. Hi there. Sorry to hear about your problems. In the end, my issue was resolved by replacing a faulting module for the PASM. However, my car didnt have a problem starting, everything else was normal, no fault codes on dash, just buttons not working. I hope your are able to resolve your issue. Let me know what the resolution is once discovered. Gd Luck.
  2. I recently purchase a 2005 Porsche Boxster S 987. At present the PASM, SPORT and Rear Spoiler Buttons will not illuminate nor do they work. I have checked out all fuses in the passenger foot well. All appears normal. No error messages being displayed in the dash unless i remove the C9 Fuse. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
  3. I have this problem with my Boxster, the sport button, pasm and rear spoiler button do not illuminate nor do they work. I'm getting no errors on the dash. Anyone have any suggestions?????
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