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Are you talking about the slot that looks like a memory card slot? It's just right of the nav screen? If so, I have been wondering about it too. I do not have the manual for the radio/nav on my car so I'm not sure what it is. Does anyone know the exact name of the 2002 996 turbo nav system's name? Is it just PCM1? I have been looking for an ipod connection kit and they always ask for the name of my stereo. Is it a Blaupunkt? I would appreciate any info. Thank you!

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The slot is for a SIM card when the phone module option is installed. I think it was not available in the US.

As for the iPod kit, there is no simple solution, except one from Solisto, I think, that will connect to the PCM via the CD-Changer interface. This will disable the CD-Changer and is quite limited in functionality.

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Becker is the PCM manufacturer.

Checking mine (which I removed), the top unit is the music part and is labelled Becker indeed. The lower unit (each is 1-DIN size) is labelled Siemens, as is the nav computer. I don't know who acted as the integrator: Becker, Siemens or Porsche itself.

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