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About gshafer

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    Almonte, Ontario, Canada
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    1999 Porsche Boxster

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  1. Thanks Loren. New Porsche owner --- so still learning about the "Porsche World" !
  2. Thanks. So from what you said the dealer is only person who can do this. How do I get the IPAS codes
  3. If you have 4 disk CD changer that you don't use, remove it and remove the front faceplate. Snap back in the faceplate to the console. Using velcro, attach the GPS. It covers up the hole perfectly and is a perfect place for the GPS.
  4. I just purchased a 1999 Boxster. The door locks work fine with the key and the dash toggle switch. However the key lock swicth on neither of the keys works, and both have fresh batteries and I can see the LED turn on when I press a button. I know that the battery has been drained at some time before I bought it and I have removed the battery to run some new radio wiring. From searching online it looks like there is a system in the car to pair the keys and car. I tried one process I found to unlock car, turn on ignition, turn off ignition, hit lock key. No joy. Any suggestions?
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