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  1. Yes. You may have to go into the PCM to turn it on - but I doubt it - if there is something there now that works, what you plug into that jack should also work.
  2. It appears the seal is held in place by a T shaped section that fits into a groove in the top frame. Can the seal be worked back in place? I'm sure replacements can be purchased.. it appears that your seals have experienced some significant wear.
  3. You mentioned the car was running and driving before you started working on it.. and that begs a few questions: How long have you owned it? How many miles? Has it always had an engine warning light on since you've owned it? How do you know the actuators were on the wrong banks? Do the actuators have different PN's? Can you point me to an on-line diagram that shows the "actuators" - since none of the on-line parts diagrams seem to refer to anything like that.
  4. Does the temperature sensor and side marker light use similar connectors? (Won't be the first time with Porsche..)
  5. Removing the battery negative is always a good idea. The seats have airbags in them, so - good precaution. What you don't want to do is turn on the ignition, or even have the key in the ignition when the connectors to the seat are disconnected. That would likely cause an airbag fault error which might require a diagnostics tool to reset it when you reconnect. Disconnecting the battery will avoid all that. Good luck! Let us know how it works out!
  6. I see you posted the same basic message over on Rennlist - my answers wouldn't change so I didn't bother replying. You did add one question on Rennlist - the answer is - the "preamp stage" is in the radio/PCM itself. You have a dead amplifier. It drowned. It's kaput. Nailed to the perch so to speak.. it's an ex-amplifier. You need a replacement. Electronics never does well submersed in water.
  7. 1. Yes 2. Replace with a working one 3. Probably not 4. Probably. Not hard to do - 4 bolts one in each corner. They're external torx so you need "e-torx drivers" (they're a torx socket) 5. Porsche for a lot of $$. Possibly a wrecking yard specializing in Porsche.
  8. Ah - here is the answer to my question - yes - it is available for a manual - but unless you have active suspension it might be much cheaper to get the sprint-booster. Suncoast Porsche Parts & Accessories Porsche Sport Mode Software - 997 & 987 WWW.SUNCOASTPARTS.COM
  9. Does Sport button even exist for a manual transmission car? On PDK cars it is - and SPORT is great, SPORT-PLUS is AMAZING. Totally changes the behavior of the car - it not only changes throttle response (which could be done with a "Booster" for a lot less $$$), it changes the shifting of the PDK. "SPORT" setting with my Sprint Booster set to 2 makes for a really responsive lively car, responds with enthusiasm to every input I give it. Tonight I went for a top-down ride (50F, had on earmuffs and the heated seat) and I finally tried SPORT PLUS. I didn't change the settings on the
  10. Anyone have a guide? Somewhere I did find a list of lubricants Porsche suggests, but I haven't found anything about where to apply them. My top works fine, I'd like to keep it that way.
  11. Having recently shopped for, and purchased a 53rd childhood vehicle (I have a list somewhere of the cars I've owned in 73 years.. and motorcycles and boats - it's never too late to have a happy childhood..) I think you're pretty much on the money. I purchased a '09 Boxster "Base" with PDK (and a number of other performance options the last owner had added) with about 54k miles on it, for $21k. Needed new tires - which I'd factored into the dickering. Other than tires - it's in excellent condition. I actually preferred the base model for 2 reasons (1) It rev's more. The transmission tuning let
  12. This can be self-answered by spending a bit of time at a parts website comparing part numbers..
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