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    Chapel Hill, NC, USA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2003 911 C2
    1998 Porsche Boxster

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  1. Where is the Quicklink for the becker manual? Here: http://www.renntech.org/forums/files/category/8-beckerporsche-manuals/
  2. Turn signal stalk replacement is actually relatively easy and there is a good how-to on Pelican. I added the computer control to my Boxster and that was a little more involved!
  3. The cutout on my car was VERY noticeable. So I disabled it by following instructions on a DIY that I found, possibly on this site, that only required the bending over of a contact on a relay in the driver footwell. If you don't hear the cut out, then its probably already been done on your car.
  4. Hi Loren, I have a CDR220, model BE6625, serial # 25010945 Thanks!
  5. This is what I found for part numbers: BOSCH Part # 7413 OE/Specialty DENSO Part # 5304 {#IK20} Iridium Power Hopefully one of the experts can confirm these part numbers.
  6. I attended the Bentley session at Porsche Tech Tactics this year and the amount of effort they put into making this book was incredible. I have my copy on my bookshelf in my garage (right next to my 986 one which I have used a ton) waiting for when I need it. They would not give any information on when or if they would be doing a 997 book. Brad
  7. I just bought a 911 with PSE last week and it sounds AWESOME! Definitely worth the effort getting it working.
  8. I bought the Audi switch for $14 on eBay and saved a little money over the Porsche badged switch. Item Description: "Meyle Ignition Switch Audi Porsche 4A0 905 849 B New(270915611427)"
  9. Hi Loren, Can you get the code for my CDR210 as well? Serial number: W5017618 Thanks!
  10. Hi Loren: Becker CDR 220 type BE 4462 serial # Y5046212 THANKS!
  11. I wanted to make anyone who is considering shipping their CDR-23 off to Becker as judgejon suggests aware that is is a MONO input and sounds awful for music. Do not waste your money, you will be sorely disappointed. I ended up coughing up the $400 for the Dension unit (from bumperplugs.com) and it was worth every penny. Just wish I had the money I thew away on the aux in from Becker back.
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