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Michael Eblenkamp

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About Michael Eblenkamp

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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    '03 Boster S, seal grey
  • Future cars
    '73, 2.4 l 911S in good shape
  1. I assembled 5 point harnesses to my Boxster S driver seat yesterday by taken the seat out of the car and plug off the main connector of the electronic box. Reconnected the connector again and locked the original belt into the old belt buckle (so that the belt sign doesn't show up all the time). But now my "airbag failure" sign shows up in the dashboard. Who has a clue of that could be, I had the seats out before and everything worked fine. Just resetting the electronics? Thanks for help and advice - Michael Eblenkamp
  2. The code is P0422 (DTC 97) tank vent system, minor leak - and now what? We're still lookin for the root cause. I am still in need of advice, many thanks in advance! Michael
  3. Who can help me in regards to my engine check light of my '03 Boxster S - my dealership tried to fix the problem already 4 times and is lost now. Obviously a sensor detects a vacuum which leads to the gascap, but the gascap has been replaced already twice - still no success. Who had the same problem, who has some experience how to fix it? It must be something else than the gascap. I appreciate any hint, thanks buddies! Michael
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