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    looking at 2003 Boxster S
  1. OK. I'm In the process of changing out my CDR-23. I want to make sure that I have the wires on the "A" plug identified correctly. Can someone confirm this? Pin 1 - Speed Signal Pin 2 - Reverse Signal Pin 3 - Phone Mute Pin 4 - Constant (+) Pin 5 - Signal for amplified antenna Pin 6 - Not connected Pin 7 - Not connected Pin 8 - Ground (-) Thanks. Tony
  2. Actually, if you don't need the rounds adapter, you can get the Durametric Pro for $675.
  3. I'm looking to buy a Durametric Enthusiast version. I'm hoping that it runs version 5/6. I'd love to pick it up for around $150. I don't care if it has multiple cars left on it. It has to have at least one left. PM me if you have one that you're looking to sell. Thanks. Tony
  4. nope. holding the button on the key does not work (not on an 04 Boxster S anyways)......
  5. Hello All, I had an idea that I'm hoping the community can help me with. I had a feature on my old car where when I armed the alarm, it would automatically roll up the windows. I was sitting in the Boxster today with the top and windows down. I pushed the micro switch where the top latches, and up went the windows. That got me thinking... If there was a signal that comes from the alarm that I could tap into, I could use it to trigger a relay that would start the auto-up feature on the windows. What do you guys think? Feasible? What would I tap into? Thanks for your help. Tony
  6. Hello All, I'm looking to get the On Board Computer activated. Is there anyone in the Bay Area that is willing to help me out? Thanks for all the help and advice so far. Tony
  7. Hello all, I have the 490 hi-fi option and am looking to use the following speakers. Let me know what you think: door subs Kicker CVT651 http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_43587_Kicker-CVT651.html or Subs and amp http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_46458_Kicker-Complete-Bass-Package.html Front speakers Polk Audio db401 http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAudio/p_23091_Polk_Audio_db401.aspx Rear Speaker Polk Audio db351 http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAudio/p_23090_Polk_Audio_db351.aspx Thanks in advance for the constructive comments. Tony
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