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fedmax

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  1. If the only way is to damage it then I cannot take it out and have to live with it being not 100% fixed. I have to keep it because my tomtom is mounted to it.
  2. Hi there I have a factory installed phone in my 996 Turbo MY2002. The phone console that the headset was attached to is a bit shaky and not 100% mounted properly. I'd like to take it off and mount it/secure it properly however I couldn't find any screws to dismount it and I just dont want to pull as I'm afraid I could breakt something. Does anyone have instructions on how the phone concsole is mounted to the center console? Thanks Ronny
  3. I finished my little project today with adding an extension fuse box. I tapped into the seat heating fuse to do that which is switched. The extension box I placed behind the factory fuse box and secured it with duct tape and ran the wire behind the carpet to the center console. Attached a few pictures to highlight.
  4. Hi there Yes, I've read all postings about it. I just came back from a few hours of work on my car (996 Turbo, 2002 model, PCM1, Telepone built in, Europe version (Swiss)). I searched for switched power: 1. the phone connector everybody mentiones is of course connected somewhere into PCM well up where I don't get to it - and plugged in 2. none of the free fuse sockets are switched! all are always on 3. the cigarette lighter next to PCM is always on My plan is to hook up my TomTom (2A) and two mobile phones to switched power. What options do I have? Grab power from an existing fuse
  5. Hi there I replaced my cd changer with a Solisto device to connect my ipod and memory sticks. The solisto is installed in the trunk where the CD Changer cable ends. I'd like to run a USB extension cable from there into the cabin. The CD changer cable does not seem to run to the upper grommet through the firewall that everybody is talking about here, it disappears inside the trunk behind the carpet. Does anyone know where it enters the cabin and the work effort needed? Thanks Ronny
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