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Separate PSE Switch


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Will this description of a switch to the PSE exhaust hydraulics work on a GT3 as described for a 997 or will it mess up the torque adjustments? I am afraid to rip up my carpet to find out that it does not look like this.

If you know how the PSE works, it's pretty easy to do.

You need to cut the 12 v power wire to the solenoid valve and install a switch in it .

You can find the wire by pulling up the carpet trim behind the rear seats and removing the metal electronics cover on the passenger side .

At the far left rear corner (looking to the back of the car ) there are two wires going out into the engine compartment to the solenoid valve.

One wire is lt. green (ground) and the other is red/purple(12 v )

You can cut either wire, but I cut the power wire .

Connect the two wire ends to a wire and run the two wires to the front of the car to where you want the switch.

(I installed mine in the ashtray )

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