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Bunker Hill, WV

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Remove all discs and see if they all have a ring on them in the same general diameter. (Consistent circle , not random scratches). May be a problem with the unit itself , Porsche might have some better info on whether or not they had any common problems.IF the skipping is only with specific discs or discs in specific slots , then it may just be the cds'.


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No-crank-no start , or crank-no start? ANY noise? Lights work? A little more detail in the symptom department could help.


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Start with finding out why the voltage drops. That may be causing the other problem(s)/code.


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Does the dome light work? IF NOT , I might suspect the door switch.


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This is a wild guess , but is the 'check engine' light on , by any chance?


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What has been TESTED? ANY voltage and ground signal to blower motor?- How many wires on blower motor connector?


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For the suspension?


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Could very well be , ahile ago I had that happen to me , with my wifes' Explorer. MY key fob 'unlock' button was stuck and whenever I was within range , it kept sending the signal to 'unlock' hers. Fortunately , I was able to take mine apart and clean it and that was all it needed. MOST aren't that easy!


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TEST battery , go from there. TEST starter BEFORE replacing it (or more appropriately , test for voltage signal to solenoid).


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TEST battery! Then follow from positive cable with voltmeter and find where the voltage stops. Suspect a blown fusible link or main fuse near fuse box. CHECK and CLEAN any corroded connections -remove battery terminals and clean inside where you don't normally see!


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