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There are several different elements to your anti-theft
Other than lost or damaged keys
the "coil" in your steering column would be a great place to
look for trouble... I am going to pull up a part to show you the ease... (eBay & AMAZON work equally well)...
USA dealers are closed here.
its in the lost owners manual if the clock is still stock
you meant radio clock right?
and all cars some with lots of radio options.
stock radio? is it?
You can download the manual free in pdf format from the GM owners site, you will need a Yahoo ID to use the site. If you want a hard copy of the manual try eBay or contact your local GM dealer, you can still order them new.Below is a web link top the GM owners site I mentioned.
Found these on ebay-I hope this is what you are looking for. One says it's the 911, but I think when I checked its closer it was actually a 944, the other seemed to be the correct one. I hope so. Good luck! http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Porsche-Owners-Manual-1982-911-Turbo-New-OEM_W0QQitemZ350202567994QQcmdZViewItemQQptZMotors_Manuals_Literature?hash=item5189b31d3a&_trksid=p4506.m20.l1116