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  1. Copule you send me a TSB for installing interior rear dimming mirror...? To: esmerillo@yahoo.es Thanks you vera much
  2. I tried with a cigarette lighter plug-in battery, but don´t works
  3. To the Renntech forum: My 1998 Boxster, buyed in EEUU, Since it sat and the engine was not started at all, the battery drained completely. Luckily, the door could be opened with the key. I tried to open the front hood to access the battery and that’s when I found that the electronic switch, next to the driver seat, was not operating to release the hood latch. Can someone suggest a solution? I have read my owners manual, that shows you how to apply power to the fuse box so that you can open up the front hood, but My Boxster haven´t Can somen one help me Thanks
  4. One question. This kit is valid to a 986 of 1998 with pcm installed. Because I see in the diy That there is to cut some pieces, but in models with pcm haven´t it ?¿?¿
  5. I ´m going to add it. I have all the pieces but I haven´t electrical wiring for the washerlights pump I only need this
  6. my98_headlight_washers.pdf Thanks I have all those parts But, I need the electricall wiring for a washerlights pump, wire and conector to washer pump Can U help me?
  7. Its for a 1998 Boxster with litronic and washerlights Sorry
  8. Can Anyone tell me Wich part number are the complete wiring and conector for a litronic washer pump? Its for a 1998 Boxster with litronic and washerlights Thank you very much
  9. Coul anybody help me with the wirinf for OBC Hack I have purchased the parts 4 stalk and Vw Wires, nut...?¿ I don´t know exactly where I shlud conect the individual wires for correcly function...??? Thank you very much Pd: Is for a 1998 986 Boxster
  10. Exactly We can read in the PET Parts Manual this: 1 x - 1020 MM 1 x - 170 MM 1 x - 930 MM What kind of lines is apropiate...? Do you know a website where Could I order on-line?¿?¿ Thank you
  11. Hello Anybody knows where Could I buy washer lines for headlight nozzle...? Why on parts manual they haven´t part number..... Thank you Pd: And electronic leveling and control unit with wiring..?
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