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PCM 3 Part Number needed

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What is the part number for a PCM 3 for 2011 Cayman with Bose, no CD changer?

If I am able to source a PCM 3, what other parts are needed to retrofit? My 2011 Cayman came standard from the factory with Bluetooth and the Universal Audio Interface.

Thank you,


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I think you'll also need to get it coded for the car, along with other modules which need to be able to recognise the PCM. I don't know a lot about PCM3, but to add certain features you need to get security (or licence) codes from Porsche. I would check that out before you take the plunge. You might be better to go with an aftermarket unit.

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Is this for a US/Canada car or RoW?

You do realize the prices are going to be over $5500 just for the parts - before installation?

Loren - US Car. I knew it was pricey, but this is exorbitant.

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