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  1. Hi I have exactly the same problem I get no more then 20 mpg driving carefully This has been going on over 5 months I had rough running, changed the MAF sensor which cured the rough running, then someone sugested it may be faulty so I changed it again Then it failed an emmisions test so I changed the Lambda Sensors. It passed. I have had it read by a Porsche agent and there are no codes I am at a loss as to what to do next Dave
  2. Fantastic thanks I never knew that, I thought that only did the trip milage - Doooooh ! All sorted now, thanks again
  3. Hi N41EF just mentioned the Dimmer ? My panellights are too dimm Can this be adjusted ?
  4. Not being rude I was never talking about the box under the seat, you did not read my post properly I clearly said the alarm in the front, under the hood, the red one with the siren I will get a second hand one and plug it in Thanks
  5. Well I am not, please read my post correctly The Siren -the red one -under the front hood - sealed and certainly very dry it goes off on its own and does not stop even with the fob pressed, I have to take it off and wrap it in a blanket until it stops Is it plug and play to replace it
  6. QUOTE It is the alarm in the front with the siren not the box under the seat Can I fit a replacement by just pluging it in or do I need diagnostic equipment WHICH I DO NOT HAVE ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So now please :- The question is as above If I get a second hand one is it plug and play
  7. Thanks You are talking about the red Siren in the front hood compartment aren't you ? No I have not opened it yet but I will If I get a second hand one does it need to be programed to the car or just fit it and work Thanks
  8. It is the alarm in the front with the siren not the box under the seat, that is ok I have dried it out but it still goes off Search for what ?? My question was will it re set or is it faulty Can I fit a replacement by just pluging it in or do I need diagnostic equipment WHICH I DO NOT HAVE
  9. 1997 Boxster 2.5 Auto - right hand drive I recently had a water leak inside the car which I have fixed Trying to find it I played a hose onto the windscreen The alarm got very wet I locked the car and at 2 in the morning it kept going off I removed it and put it in the garage I have dried it out at home but when I fitted it today it just keeps going off Will this re set or is it faulty If I get another one is it 'plug and play' or do I need diagnostec equipment to re set it Thanks Dave
  10. Hi Mate Please e mail me instructions for Dash Removal Thanks davecockburn2@gmail.com
  11. W T F is a contributing member I have contributed in the past by replying on the forums about Zenon conversion kits Why is this site so difficult to use, you search for one thing and get pages about all sorts of other things Dave
  12. This interests me too I entered ' Approved Sumer wheels and tires' in search and came up zero Any help please Dave
  13. Thank you Richard I won't bother, I have lived without Cruise Control all my life so why start now Many thanks for your reply Dave
  14. Hi Very interesting I have the OBC but no Cruise Control My turn indicator is broken so I need to get a new one Can I buy the 4 stalk switch and add the Cruise Controll to my 1998 Boxster How do I do it please Dave
  15. Hi I have a 1998 Boxster and I need to change the indicator switch. I guess I have to remove the steering wheel. How do I do this and is the airbag a problem Also is the indicator and wiper switch one unit I also have the computer switch, is this seperate or part of the indicator / washer switch I am in the UK and the car is RHD Thanks Dave
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