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My first post on this site. I have been searching on several forums trying to find the location and access for the relays. I've been able to find the location and am just starting to dig into how to access them. To find out which relay panel I really need to get at I'd like to know which relays are in the panels. Found one panel up under the dash (drivers side) which looks like it will be the most difficult to get at (maybe need to remove the lower dash panel to access that one). The other appears to be in the rear behind the carpet on right side of trunk.
Any help here would be appreciated.
I have a 2000 Boxster S. I live in a hot, humid area. Recently, my windows started going down by themselves after I park the car. My power locks are not working. I think one of the door locks is malfunctioning. Perhaps it is related to the locks. Any thoughts on how to proceed would be appreciated.
By 2005 Silverboxster
Brand new here and curious to know if anyone can shed some light for some issues i have. I bought a 2005 Boxster this summer, 95000kms and pristine. I had a shop do an oil service on it and they mentioned that the car looked like it had never even seen rain underneath. That said i have some options that arent working and not sure if they would all be connected some how ??? My cruise control does not work ... my heated seats dont work, rear spoiler as well is not working ..... there is no power by the looks of it ... not sure if this would be a fuse that runs all these?
From the condition of the car i cant imagine anything serious but i have never owned a Porsche before so i dont want to muck around too much? I have read that if the car has sat for some time with no battery it can unrecognize the features in the car and needs a reboot from the dealer?
Any insight on this would be so helpful!
By Craig Joplin
2000 Boxster S
Search unsuccessful. Therefore I ask. Upon lowering top, windows drop 4 inches. Then will not go back up. Windows will go down but will not return up at all. Put top up and they work fine. I want windows to go all the way up when top down on cool days and nights