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    987 S
  2. Guy (Skidd again) - have a look at your factory option codes, this may indicate if it isn't original. As Richard says, I don't think you could have the PCM on the 987 without Nav. This was only available on the 997 as i recall.
  3. Keep doors open (windows partially down), keep front boot open, keep key in ignition position 1. On re-connecting, don't touch the pedals for 30seconds. Open and close windows with a double push top and bottom. Drive a short distance forward to clear PSM faults.
  4. You can replace bulbs individually, no need to replace side marker housing.
  5. I retrofitted it to a 987S (both the PCM and the navigation unit to a Bose equipped car), the procedure is almost identical. I like the factory nav, and I think it was worthwhile - but I think I'm in the minority ;)
  6. There will likely be power prep in the front boot for a 12V supply, if not you need to sort that out. Take a look, it's usually hidden by the brake fluid resevoir. You can extend the MOST loop in the front boot to include a connector for the CDC, the MOST items have to be in the correct order, I believe the CDC is between the Amp and the PCM\CDR on the return. Ask OPC\PET for the correct waveguide cable - there are many to choose from. After installing, you'll need to program the Gateway module via PIWIS to enable the CDC. BTW - I think this belongs in the 987-1 section ;)
  7. It's just the head unit. The DVD navigation unit is a seperate part, and not included. To use this, you'd have to find the matching item.
  8. 2005 987S, 72K miles. Original clutch & engine. Never broken down.
  9. Is there really a 'DVD 1 - PCM 2.1 DVD Navigation Europe 08.2009 - number 997 044 902 50 / 955 044 903 60 T1000-15720' ?????!?!?! I just bought myself a 05/2007!!!
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