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Not been on this site for years - just got back to Porsche ownership - 2011 Boxster S. Only done a few miles so far, but it looks and sounds great, especially compared with my diesel main car. The original owner ordered lots of options, but not everything I would prefer. So, I need to know if it's possible / easy / expensive to fit the following: 1) Ability to disable / enable the passenger airbag so a child seat can be fitted from time-to-time. Is it possible to fit an aftermarket switch? 2) The car has PCM 3 (with extended nav) but no bluetooth, aux or usb. Is there a way to upgrade PCM 3 or is it best to have an after market system fitted? (Odd that these were options when the actual components cost a few pence!) Thanks for your suggestions
Hi, I've searched the forum and couldn't find an answer and am posting here for your help. Let me know if this isn't the right place for this question. I'm searching for my first 911 and am confused about the headlights. On one 911 targa (2002) the options sticker does not list Litronic headlights but the owner and ppi shop said it does. Another 2002 targa lists the option on the sticker. Do some 2002s have Litronic/bi-xenon headlights as standard equipment? Regards, Mike
http://stuttcars.com/technical/option-codes/997.1/ This site has a complete list of option codes. I can't see how to convert this to a pdf on my ipad (intuitive on my old PC!) FWIW, an awful lot related to leather trim,
We have added two new sections to the Option Codes Lookup - Boxster 981 (Model year 2012 - ) The Boxster (981) has 573 options. Please remember that not all options are available in all countries. And, that these descriptions are exactly as shown in the options database - misspelled words or odd abbreviations are "as is". Enjoy...
Hello, I am recently divorced and have always wanted a Porsche. The Cayman is great looking sportscar, but I am perplexed about wheather to purchase a Cayman or Cayman S model. Are there any known issures? What options should i get or avoid? Should I purchase a gen 1 or gen 2? I would not mind tracking the car occassionally, but it will be used as a "weekend" car but will be a daily driver at first. Any advice would be apprieated.