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2000 Tiptronic (Base) Valve Body

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I am having a no go transmission with no codes.  I am concerned someone before me installed the wrong valve body.  The serial number is 

324 366 0 101112 10 7.  Is this a 2000 base Boxster valve body?  Thanks


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What are you using to try and read the Tip codes? The reason I ask is that many scan tools cannot even see the Tip system.


Porsche does not sell internal components for this trans, only the complete trans.



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There are no codes.  On jack stands the transmission works correctly thru all gears including reverse.  All solenoids and sensors ohm correctly.  

Scanned with Foxwell, Snap on Triton D8 with Porsche module and Durametic.  Switched TCM too.  

This car is new to me.  I am trying to verify that the valve body is correct.  There are multiple used bodies and ZF sells the complete body.

Interestingly the valve body has all stainless sensors and solenoids, photos I can see show 3 green ones.  Hence my question.

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From what I know, you need to check the identification plate on the transmission itself, it should bear a number something like "106  030 031". Replacement ZF valve bodies are sold by that number, and typically fit several numbers within a set range of ID numbers.  You can check this website for what I am describing: Eurospares Boxster Tiptronic parts guide.


Good luck.

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