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  1. Careful on doing that see video here why putting a used ECU set in your Porsche is a bad idea:
  2. Yes, See here under technical data: https://porschedme.com/collections/porsche-boxster2000-2004/products/porsche-boxster-ecu-dme-bosch-0261204790 Specialized ECU Repair
  3. Hi we just saw your post on Rennlist. Have you already gotten a solution for your issue? If not, please call us directly on one of these numbers: (954)652-1496, (954)652-1497, (954)306-6195 It's true our 800 # does not work when calling from Canada. George Specialized ECU Repair
  4. Hello everyone, As some of you may already know, we talked about designing a waterproof case for the Alarm Immobilizer Unit in Boxsters and 996s. These units get water damaged easily if the convertible top is left open during rain, or just by the accumulation of water by the car's water drains, because Porsche installed them right on the floor of the car. The costs entailed to repair this problem can reach $1,000's easily, that's why it would be more cost effectuve to protect the CLU to begin with. Therefore, after many months of revisions and working with vendors to complete this enclosure, we began shipping waterproof cases last week to the members that where on our waiting list. Below are a few screenshots of the installation video final Immobilizer Waterproof case. If you are curious about how it is mounted here is the installation video: and PDF instructions: http://goo.gl/A9NQou We're excited about this project and what it could mean to the Porsche community. Please share if you know someone that could benefit from this.
  5. In my experience, whenever we see those codes, there has either been an issue with the memory in the DME OR a shorted DME (broken ground tracks). I would say you could send the DME here to test it but I'm not sure how you feel sending it all the way to Florida. My suggestion, after you finish testing your wiring, to save some time, is to open the DME and check over the board and make sure it does not have any broken tracks or melted components. Make sure to smell it for burnt electronics, as things can look good on the outside but be melted on the inside.
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