I have a 2000 porsche 911 carrera, it won't start, it crancks up. i checked the fuses, relays and fuel pump and everything seems to work just fine, a friend of mine told me it could be the alarm system and that i need to reset it, my question is, how do reset the alarm system? any help would be appreciated.
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Check your clutch slave cylinder , or clutch master clutch cylinder see if it has enough fluid , if its empty fill it up and left the pedal back with your hand and pump it manually with your hand Untill it builds pressure , keep checking the fluid , Note this will only get you I a repair shop to replace necessary parts . And please becareful do the while car is rest and e-brake is engaged so car won't roll over . Becareful . Also check the correct fluid for your car . Hope this helps .
Check the 25 A Fuse in location B3 of the fuse box in footwell (cheap part).
If the fuse is ok, check the relay in relay location 10 (should be located in fuse box area also) The relay should be labeled as part# 141951253B (may be other relays with same part# (you can swap with) in relay locations 9 and 18-22).
Start by squirting a little fuel into the throttle body and then crank it and see if it fires up .. if so its a fuel problem if not its going to be something in the electrical. holler if you need more thanks Jerry