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Hayyan Al-Raisi

Locking Throttle Control Actuator

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Hi 

 

Could someone explain the function of the locking throttle control actuator (99651205500)? if it went bad what are the symptoms? and could it effect the engine while running?

 

Many thanks

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If you search that part # what you get is the rear spoiler lid actuator.  Is that what you are looking for?

http://www.design911.com/Porsche/996--911--1997-05/996-C2-3-4L-1997-08-01/Boots---Rear-Lid---Locks-and-Latches/pt69_69_1745_-cma81-cmo110-ct345/

Also - http://www.porscheatlantaperimeterparts.com/products/Porsche/2000/911/actuator-THROTTLE-CONTROL-ELE/3793349/99651205500.html

 

It raises and lowers the spoiler depending on your speed and has no effect on the engine.

Edited by DBJoe996

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If you look at the part number by clicking on it, it says it is the actuator that controls the spoiler.  However, that being said, it is probably also used by the alarm system to determine whether the engine lid is closed or not when arming the alarm system.  An unlatched engine lid will trigger the alarm system, such as you get when a "zone" is open locking the car...a horn beep.

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This part consist of three different part number, two of them are just a casing (99651226500 and 99651205500) and the other is an electrical part (99662411800) but it is not available in the parts diagram nor the dealer. However, is this part is connected to the rear latch mechanism? 

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996 624 118 00

02 03 04 Porsche 911 996 Trunk Lock Latch Actuator Solenoid 99662411800

Earlier models have a mechanical release cable that opens the engine lid.  Later models have an electrical solenoid that unlatches the engine lid.  Not sure if this is the exact one, but many 997 parts fit the 996: http://www.autoatlanta.com/porsche-parts/hardparts.php?dir=997-05-08&section=803-05&pn=99762411800#a

 

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Exactly as I think that the lock rod is attached to this solenoid but when looking at 99662411800 I'm not able to identify where does it link. also when doing some research I have found that there are more part numbers that have the same solenoid like the 99662411700. However, the difference is in the linkage part and the electric connection:

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