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Homelink Retrofit Kit? Who's Interested?

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Hey Guys,

I know I posted this about 3-4 months ago. There was plenty of talk, but no final results. My homelink that I retrofitted has worked perfectly for the last 4 months.

How many of you would be interested in a Homelink Retrofit Kit? I think I can produce the kits for about $349 complete...with NO CUTTING OR SPLICING of the OEM wiring.

Just as an FYI...the control module from Porsche for Homelink is over $400 for JUST the module...plus you still need to buy the Buttons, Switch Plate, and Switch Control.

There are 2 different ways to install it.

1. Garage Door Opener is always on - Installation is fully done overhead with 1 splice for power.

2. Garage Door Opener is ONLY on when the key is turned on - must run a wire down the A Pillar to the Fuse Box. ($25 More)

If there is enough interest...I'll make them available for sale.



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That clarifies it. I was confused how it was posted several months ago so I did a search to get the specifics. When I couldn't find it, I realized your user ID showed only 1 post. That was what I was asking.

ANyway, back on topic. Did you have any pics of the product? Did you figure out if this was something that could be done on the 996 as well?

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