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    2000 Boxster 986 ~ 2006 Audi A4 (B7)

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  1. Hi Loren Thanks for the reply. I consistently get these codes even after I had my local shop replace my complete throttle body. P1506: Porsche fault code 413 - Throttle adjuster P0121: Porsche fault code 117 - Throttle valva Signal implausible P1122: Porsche fault code 431 - Throttle position sensor Signal implausible P0507: Porsche fault code 32 - Idle air control system exceeds limit value P1121: Porsche fault code 430 - Throttle position sensor Signal implausible On my last fault code check it also showed: P1504: Porsche fault code 410 - DVE fault: necessary intake air positi
  2. Hey everyone Been having some throttle cut out issues and I've been told by 2 different shops that my DME needs to be replaced. I've tried serching for DME threads and just wanted to make sure I can swap a DME set that I found on ebay. 2000 Porsche Boxster 986 Engine Computer Security Immobilizer Set Key 2 7 51 067 | eBay The only difference is my box is a tiptronic and this is from a 5 speed. My box is a 2000 and this set is also from a 2000. Am I ok to do a straight swap without any extra programming? I just don't want to do the swap and try to start the car if it could cause more damag
  3. Sorry for resurrecting an old thread but my 2000 boxster is also having this problem. Did any of you solve this problem? Thanks!
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