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2020/08/01 07:02:02 (permalink)

Help Needed...Part Number Search

Morning all,
 
I'm trying to trace a problem with activating a retrofit MFSW.  Is anyone able to help me get more details about the Clock Spring part number 997.613.045.11?  This doesn't match any part number in the 987 and 997 parts catalogues (the PET states my vehicle should have 955.652.211.11).
 
Cheers,
Coz

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Re: Help Needed...Part Number Search 2020/08/01 11:17:18 (permalink)
Hi Coz,
 
Can't really help I'm afraid but an obvious question is: have you contacted your local Dealership parts department for advice? Maybe they'd be able to search their catalogue for the part number.
 
As you say the PET lists a different part number for your car. Where did you get the 997.613.045.11 number from - is that what's on your original or the replacement wheel? The PET indicates that it's a clock spring with steering sensor and I wonder if the spring is available as a separate item on that number?
 
Looking at Illustration:403-005 in the 987.2 Boxster PET the 997.613 prefix seems to relate to Item 16 - Switching module multi-function manual gearbox, as well as a similar Item 29, so your number must relate to something in the vicinity.
 
Jeff

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Re: Help Needed...Part Number Search 2020/08/01 13:53:10 (permalink)
Ok so I searched in pet for the number 997 613 045 11
 
this part number does not exist,
the second part number you list 955.652.211.11 is now .12 at the end the older number was dropped in 2012
 
it is described as a return ring with slip ring including steering angle sensor, for 987-2 upto 2010, this number has been updated to the 95565221112 
 
check the first number and post back, the 955 part is £80.64 inc vat
 
 

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Re: Help Needed...Part Number Search 2020/08/02 08:43:19 (permalink)
Hi Jeff and Waylander,
 
Many thanks for your help!
I spoke to Porsche Solihull yesterday and they also confirmed this part number doesn’t exist in PET.
I’ll whip off the column enclosures this morning and check.
 
Cheers,
Coz

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Re: Help Needed...Part Number Search 2020/08/02 21:13:18 (permalink)
OK, so I've checked the part number in-situ, and it is as I originally posted:
 

 
The other labels don't suggest anything else.  There are no other labels visible on the assembly.
 
What is interesting is that my Durametric Pro also states this part number as the Steering Column Electronics module;  further info shows the coding date as 23/07/18.  Suggesting this part isn't the original?  What do you guys think?
 
If I enter the Coding section under Steering Column Electronics I then get the error "unable to find coding information for this control modules coding index" - I will contact Durametric about this, but wondered if anyone had any previous experience of this?
 
Cheers,
Coz
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