dlknightMine also only works to lock (not unlock) - is this as intended? as said above you can unlock by pulling the door pin up.
Mark_HamiltonMany thanks for all the replies 944 enthusiasts, As suggested, I could just unplug the console switch as a last resort but that is a bit of a cop out really after all the effort Porsche made to put it there in the first place. Good to know that I am not the only one to have this problem. I will definitely avoid the kerb crawling in future by getting on boost more often ! As an aside, I am on a slightly different long term plan with this car. Rather than going for maximum power etc with new turbo, injectors, exhausts, Engine management etc, , I am trying to get maximum drive ability with the most flexible and widest torque band out of the standard injectors and setup (no new clutch, major brake and suspension mods etc) so targeting 280bhp at the wheels (which i already have) but great progressive torque available as soon as possible (2500 rpm +) and for as long as possible. Where I live we have some great twisty roads that suit the 944s great handling . Maybe I should start a separate thread for this purpose unless its been done before which i am sure it could have? M
Waylander==J Central Locking ButtonBy pressing the central locking button in thecentre console, it is possible to lock both doorselectrically. As a check, an indicator lamp in thebutton lights up when the doors are locked.To unlock via the locking button, the ignitionmust be switched on. from the manual
Mark_HamiltonThanks Eldavo, That's a great result. As I don't want to go the whole hog with knock on effect for chassis , brakes, clutch, head gasket etc, then my thought is to get a curve similar to you in terms of shape but with max power restricted by 3 bar regulator and good standard injectors with rest of car (brakes, suspension etc) balanced to match. I have the original 26/8 turbo in the car so sounds like a refurb and upgrade on that plus some superior Engine management. Any recommendations? Do think the 944 is an under rated machine . M
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