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Blackaddr

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About Blackaddr

  • Birthday 10/12/1963

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  • Interests
    Watches, Porsches, Land Rovers

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    Detroit
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1999 - 996
  • Future cars
    Since I bought my first Porsche last year, I have decided that I must always have at least one if not two in my stable.
  • Former cars
    BMW X5, Land Rover D2

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  1. Wow, I do not know the Font, and I am quite happy with what I have on the back of my car now, but I agree with you regarding the costs for the service and putting a different name on the back of your car. If you haven't looked at his link, it is kind of interesting, but very cost prohibitive. (At least in my eyes.)
  2. I went out the other night and when I arrived at my friends house I parked in the Driveway, and Manually locked the doors, (The Fob Switch is not working, and I am going to replace the switch, just haven't done it yet.), So as I said I locked it manually with no issues. So after a few hours I walk out and unlock the car again with no issues, it was about a half an hour drive home in cool weather. So I get home and start to get out and lock the car and it feels like there is nothing in the tumblers? I twist and turn the key in the Lock and nothing happens, and it feel like the everything has been removed from the lock itself? So, since I was driving the car and I used the lock less then a half an hour ago I know that no one was playing with the locks. I get in the car to see if the Power locks work from inside the car, at first no, then I backed the car up a few feet and try again and this time they worked with no issue, so I guessed that it was just acting "buggy" because of the weather? I get out and try the key in the door again, and still nothing from the locks, it is like there is nothing in the tumbler? So, now I cannot lock the car from outside of the car? I am going to try and take the Door Panel off this weekend and see if maybe there is a wiring problem, but I am hoping someone here has had a similar problem and there is an easier fix? Any ideas??
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