Question about 1997 Porsche Boxster
My best guess is that you are sharing a ground connection between the stereo and an engine control. Test your wires from the car to the stereo with an electrical tester with the key off, then with the key on, then with the engine running. One of your wires will change it's properties between the 3 tests. That will be your problem wire. Find another wire for the intended use that the problem wire was connected to. (Hint) I'd start with the ground wire to the unit.
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