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Boxster Option Codes C00 M013 M223 M224

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Does anyone know what following (option) codes might mean on a 2.5L Boxster (European version) with Manual transmission ? (see also attached picture of the option code label)



The car has also :

option code M013 which calls "Sport Technik package". What does it stands for. In the parts list I cannot find any parts related to it. (The sporty suspension parts i.e. struts, springs and shock absorbers are covered by option M030)

option code M224 which calls "automatic limited slip differential". What does it stands for ? Mind it is not a Tiptronic car !

In the parts list I found that it is related to the ABS unit only. Is this probably in combination with TC (M222) only, although the restriction is not visible in the parts list either?

Thanks for any reaction,



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C00 - (emissions for) country Germany (you can find this in our Option Code Lookup section)

I don't find 232 in any of my options lists.

The contents of the special option packages like M013 would vary some from country to country. In the US we call that "bundling". The only listing I have seen in in that countries order guide.

From our Glossary: ABD = Automatic Brake Differential - A traction control program which works in conjunction with the new ABS/5 brake system. The ABD is active up to 45 mph. The system applies brake pressure to the rear wheel with the least amount of traction.

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