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How do I get the trip miles to show permanently in my rev counter display other than pre start up? Once the engine is running my display defers to outside temp. I do have the PCM so I can get it that way but its a pain. Is this the way it should be?
I'd also be keen to get ideas on engine mods for a modest outlay without going down the ECU remap route. Thinking about a decent set silicon pipes for the turbos and uprated diverter valves. I've done the obvious panel airfilter upgrade. Any other ideas that won't cost crazy money? Thanks
One reason why the weekends are worth looking forward to. I'll post some more when the detailing is finished later this morning. Absolutely love it although the kids prefer our old 964 (Percy the Porsche). To be fair it made a much better noise with the Cup bypass pipe in place. [attachment=24905:314.jpg]
Oops sorry. 2003 996 TT manual. Nearside front and yes with the memory function. The offside is ok but the moment I try the nearside the fuse blows.
Any ideas gents as to why my fuse keeps blowing? I've read somewhere that it may also be linked to my non functioning reversing light too?