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SOURCE: the rear spoiler on my 1995 911 porsche carrera will not retract

There is a control computer for the wing under the passenger side dash. Check to make sure the connector to this computer did not come loose.

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SOURCE: I have a 1991 911 Porsche. The ABS Light comes on

This is all related to the vehicle speed sensor. This sensor sends information to the speedometer, abs, and wing computer. You need to get it replaced and it should fix all the problems.

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SOURCE: rear spoiler on porsche boxster will not go down

check the spoiler relay and, switch

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SOURCE: how to remove the rear automatic boot spoiler of a

What you need to do is raise the spoiler via the switch to the full extent and place pieces of wood between the spoiler and body, then using a 'C' spanner to fit round the top of the rams and locate into the small hole (i found the multi purpose spanner that comes with pushbikes has just the right fitting) turn each ram 1/4 turn, but be careful because when it releases from the spoiler the ram will retract into its housing with great force taking the spanner with it and damaging the body. good luck!

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SOURCE: I have a 2002 Porsche

hello there
The fuse for rear spoiler is at the fuse section "D"
fuse number 8... 15 amp

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proporsche

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