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Add auto-lock and auto window closure to 97 boxster?

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Hello all, as i have a 97 boxster, in my car is not able to after closure of the hood to close the windows automatic (no option for it on my computer apparently ) and add the autolock feature as soon as you drive over 15 km per hour..

Does anyone know if this is possible to get? maybe to upgrade the computer from another car (i know a 2000 boxster from the scrapyard ) but not sure if this is a straightforward swap or not?

Any idea's are welcome!

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What you need is an alarm system.

-lock/unlock via ignition

-window up/down control

That's what I would do because it's cheaper and more reliable w/ any DEI system. Very simple to install.

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I have a 1997, which was the first year. It has been so long I do not remember all the details.

The door lock thing I think was for model year 1998.

In the US we did not even have a one touch up for the passenger window in 1997. That started in 1998.

The window and top up thing started in 2002. I remember this because we took the top relay out of a 2002 and tried it on an older car. Did not work.

Different control units. Live with what you have or buy a newer car..

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Live with what you have or buy a newer car..

Thanks just got this.. :) wasn't sure if this wasn't available .. anyway thanks for the answer! and BTW i do have the alarmsystem ..

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An alarm system or security system does more than protect your car, it can control various of things. I was a mobile security/ remote start installer during my years in high school and college. I was doing it professionally and never had a failed vehicle. Ask me anything.

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An alarm system or security system does more than protect your car, it can control various of things. I was a mobile security/ remote start installer during my years in high school and college. I was doing it professionally and never had a failed vehicle. Ask me anything.

OK They have build in a DEFA alarm (brand) model number DVS90 ...can you help me adding some functions to my car?

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