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  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 Porsche Boxster S
    2004 VW Touareg V8
    1997 Jeep Wrangler Sahara 4.0
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    997 Porsche Carrera 4S Cabrio
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    1986 Porsche 944 Turbo
    1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee V8
  1. Hello, Has anyone converted their standard H7 fog lamps to HID. There are several listings on ebay and on websites on HID conversion kits. Anyone has any experience with their fog lamps? If so was is it an easy install? Thomas
  2. Hi took out my navigation unit to see that part number is 996.642.122.12 is that a 16bit unit?
  3. Hello does anyone know whether there are maps for Greece? I do not care if they are made for Opel or any other make as long as the work on my 2002 Porsche Boxster PCM1 (not usre whether 8-bit or 16-bit).
  4. Loren, Mine is for sure PCM1 which from your response does NOT have MOST, correct? Does that mean if I replace unit (PCM1) with an AVIC type system and the following will work: 1. The CD changer 2. The factory amplifier 3. The NAVi antenna (factory) ??
  5. I have the PCM1 with Navigation on a 2002 Boxster S (European) and not sure whether its a fiber optic MOST version. Can I tell from the PCM code card? It shows as serial number SI 0815 1 0007771? I would like to replace it with an AVIC system and was wondering whether the following will work: 1. The CD changer 2. The factory amplifier 3. The NAVi antenna (factory) I know it has been discussed several times but I am puzzled with the responses.
  6. Many thanks, do you have in mind any 3rd party NAV to suggest that could fit in the slot and also look "factory"?
  7. Hello, I own a 2002 Boxster S with PCM1 navigation system and was wondering if I can easily install a PCM2 system in order to be able to have navigation maps for Greece (currently there are no maps available for Greece for PCM1, unless someone knows where to find them). The whole idea is not to over-spend and more importantly I would like to keep the look of the car as stock as possible.
  8. Hi just saw the launch of the new Range Rover Sport (RRS) and it makes me wonder: 2013 Cayenne or 2014 Range Rover Sport? I was thinking the diesel Cayenne or Hybrid, however the 3.0lt RRS claims 28mpg, not bad.
  9. You are forgetting something very important besides the leg room. The Panamera lacks trunk space that the Cayenne has plenty. When you have kids you have strollers, bikes, bags, more bags etc. So take that into consideration seriously.
  10. Thanks a lot to all of you. I guess I will follow the last suggestion and go for N-rated to be on the safe side.
  11. Hello want to replace my tires on a 2002 Boxster S. I have spotted the Pirelli P Zero but for my rims 225/40/18 and 265/35/18 Pirelli has not gotten from Porsche the N-rating. They have however the Pirelli Zero Rosso. Would it matter or have any driving effects if I install a non-N rated tires?
  12. Since it is hard for me to intrepet the diagram I pressume its part 4 or 14 (it is basically the mettalic base that screws on the door and where the mirror sits on. It also has a plastic cover to "cover" the whole part.
  13. Hello I am looking for the part number for driver's side exterior mirror bracket for a 2002 Boxster. It is the mettalic bracket that holds the mirror on the door panel. It also has a plastic cover attached to it to cover the mettallic bracket.
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