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  1. Thanks for your help everybody , I lowered it down using the switch on the fuse panel which I had no idea it was there at all .. I don't know anyone with Porsche, that was really helpful . I am so pleased with this website and forum and the members . Everyone is great!
  2. Hello , I have a 2001 carrera and the rear spolier is stuck in the up position. I boosted a dead battery and shortly after i notice the wing came up on its own while it was in park.Something must of happened during the boost. Has anyone ever experience this? I thought after i took it for a ride it would go down, no such luck. So i have no idea how to start to diagnose this problem or where to look. Nearest porshe dealership is about 500 miles from me... Can anyone give me some pointers? I also changed the battery.the battery was completely dead and wouldnt even boost later that day. Any help
  3. Lost my code again..... I am in need a of a radio code for my cr 220 in my 2001 carrera 6 speed. My radio is type 4362 and the serial number is y5030097. I would appreciate it if someone could help . Thanks in advance.
  4. Lost Radio Code 2001 Porsche Carrera 6 Speed becker type 4362 Radio says cr-220 on it serial # Y5030097 I'm still not sure if i'm posting this in the right forum or Thread? Not familiar with with this kind of stuff. I hope i did it right this time. I hope someone could help me out ! Thanks
  5. I am in need a of a radio code for my cr 220 in my 2001 carrera 6 speed. My radio is type 4362 and the serial number is y5030097. I would appreciate it if someone could help me out. I am not sure if i posted this in the right area(i hope so). Thanks .
  6. i have a becker radio cr 220 type 4362 in a 2001 Carrera.Serial # Y5030097. I have no idea what the code is. Can anyone help me out?It would be greatly appreciated. thanks.
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