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  1. Hello, I have a 2001 Boxster with the tiptronic. After car is up to temp I get the flashing D and 4 on the instrument cluster. I never notice any difference in driving. It never lasts very long. Always back to normal by the time I reach my destination. I now have the Durametric cable and software and read the code P0710 for the tiptronic. Description is a high temp in tiptronic. I have changed the filter and fluid per the Pelican procedure. I have double checked the fluid level. Looking for recommendations as to next direction. Temp sensor next? Is there a coolant valve I should look into? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  2. Hello, I am new to renntech.org and hope I am posting in the correct area. I recently acquired a 2001 boxster 2.7L with the tiptronic. Once my car gets up to temp the "D" and "4" begin to flash in an alternating pattern. The shifting or driving characteristics do not change and no CEL light appears. I have read many threads on this topic as to what could be causing it. The flashing lights typically do not last very long. I am trying to figure out how to check for any tiptronic codes it may have. I have a wireless scan tool I use with my iPhone (dash command app). I do not believe this method will allow me to read any tiptronic codes if any. My questions are: 1. If I have the flashing "D" and "4", shouldn't it give a code? 2. Is there any tools out their that will read such codes or do I need access to a Durametric tool? 3. Any other advice would be appreciated. Thank you, Chris
  3. Hello, I am also in need of a radio code. Model-Becker 1, Type-4462, serial#-Y5050752. Would appreciate any help. Thanks, Chris
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