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Boxster S 2002 - 3 Stalk To 4 Stalk Module Change


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Spring is here, so I must do the labor. A teeny plastic retention nub broke off and popped out of my 2002 Boxster turn signal in fall. When I asked Sunset Imports (truly a great help) if I could add the trip computer by replacing the broken three-stalk instrument module with the four stalk (a few bucks more), they said yes, compiled the list of extra parts and sent them to me. They also suggested that the instructions for this relatively easy DIY were somewhere here on RennTech. I have searched, to no avail, but I may be looking in the wrong spot. Any help would be appreciated. Also, does anyone know if the Durametric systems for the Boxster will allow user activation of the computer to stalk interface (thereby saving me the trouble and expense of visiting the local not-so-smart dealership)? Durametric tutorials seem more focused on diagnostics than systems manipulation.

Thanks in advance for any good advice here! 2 seatcollector

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Spring is here, so I must do the labor. A teeny plastic retention nub broke off and popped out of my 2002 Boxster turn signal in fall. When I asked Sunset Imports (truly a great help) if I could add the trip computer by replacing the broken three-stalk instrument module with the four stalk (a few bucks more), they said yes, compiled the list of extra parts and sent them to me. They also suggested that the instructions for this relatively easy DIY were somewhere here on RennTech. I have searched, to no avail, but I may be looking in the wrong spot. Any help would be appreciated. Also, does anyone know if the Durametric systems for the Boxster will allow user activation of the computer to stalk interface (thereby saving me the trouble and expense of visiting the local not-so-smart dealership)? Durametric tutorials seem more focused on diagnostics than systems manipulation.

Thanks in advance for any good advice here! 2 seatcollector

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You should search for OBC (On Board Computer) hack. About 8 pages of results...

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=19446

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Spring is here, so I must do the labor. A teeny plastic retention nub broke off and popped out of my 2002 Boxster turn signal in fall. When I asked Sunset Imports (truly a great help) if I could add the trip computer by replacing the broken three-stalk instrument module with the four stalk (a few bucks more), they said yes, compiled the list of extra parts and sent them to me. They also suggested that the instructions for this relatively easy DIY were somewhere here on RennTech. I have searched, to no avail, but I may be looking in the wrong spot. Any help would be appreciated. Also, does anyone know if the Durametric systems for the Boxster will allow user activation of the computer to stalk interface (thereby saving me the trouble and expense of visiting the local not-so-smart dealership)? Durametric tutorials seem more focused on diagnostics than systems manipulation.

Thanks in advance for any good advice here! 2 seatcollector

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You should search for OBC (On Board Computer) hack. About 8 pages of results...

http://www.renntech....showtopic=19446

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Spring is here, so I must do the labor. A teeny plastic retention nub broke off and popped out of my 2002 Boxster turn signal in fall. When I asked Sunset Imports (truly a great help) if I could add the trip computer by replacing the broken three-stalk instrument module with the four stalk (a few bucks more), they said yes, compiled the list of extra parts and sent them to me. They also suggested that the instructions for this relatively easy DIY were somewhere here on RennTech. I have searched, to no avail, but I may be looking in the wrong spot. Any help would be appreciated. Also, does anyone know if the Durametric systems for the Boxster will allow user activation of the computer to stalk interface (thereby saving me the trouble and expense of visiting the local not-so-smart dealership)? Durametric tutorials seem more focused on diagnostics than systems manipulation.

Thanks in advance for any good advice here! 2 seatcollector

welcomeani.gif

You should search for OBC (On Board Computer) hack. About 8 pages of results...

http://www.renntech....showtopic=19446

Thank for this Loren. Looks like the needed info is scattered about. Nothing on whether or not the any of the Durametric kits will allow OBC turn on though. Perhaps I'll post a separate query on that.

Thanks again.

2seatcollector

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Spring is here, so I must do the labor. A teeny plastic retention nub broke off and popped out of my 2002 Boxster turn signal in fall. When I asked Sunset Imports (truly a great help) if I could add the trip computer by replacing the broken three-stalk instrument module with the four stalk (a few bucks more), they said yes, compiled the list of extra parts and sent them to me. They also suggested that the instructions for this relatively easy DIY were somewhere here on RennTech. I have searched, to no avail, but I may be looking in the wrong spot. Any help would be appreciated. Also, does anyone know if the Durametric systems for the Boxster will allow user activation of the computer to stalk interface (thereby saving me the trouble and expense of visiting the local not-so-smart dealership)? Durametric tutorials seem more focused on diagnostics than systems manipulation.

Thanks in advance for any good advice here! 2 seatcollector

welcomeani.gif

You should search for OBC (On Board Computer) hack. About 8 pages of results...

http://www.renntech....showtopic=19446

Thank for this Loren. Looks like the needed info is scattered about. Nothing on whether or not the any of the Durametric kits will allow OBC turn on though. Perhaps I'll post a separate query on that.

Thanks again.

2seatcollector

The newer Durametric is capable of turning on the OBC.

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Not easy on a 1998, as it has mechanical throttle, not eGas. It is possible, but it is nothing like as simple as on an eGas car. It requires the mechanical actuator, a new throttle pedal, and a lot of wiring.

Thank you Richard

I won't bother, I have lived without Cruise Control all my life so why start now

Many thanks for your reply

Dave

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