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Old 11-24-2014, 01:17 PM   #1
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Could somebody identify this connector, please? Is underneath of the driver`s rear tire side(left side). The cable is tie together with the ABS cable. I have a ABS and PSM light on, could be this cable the problem? Also I have the stop lights on too. Thanks in advance Also it has these numbers on it: r n o then 99970227440 then >EPDM<



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Old 11-24-2014, 01:26 PM   #2
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I think that plugs into the PSM ABS module.


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I think it's the connector for the self-leveling sensor for Litronic optioned Boxsters. Mechanical link attaches to LR control arm.

Looks like someone removed the sensor & Litronics.
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Old 11-25-2014, 03:36 AM   #4
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It really has to be one of the above mentioned. I'll look at mine later.
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Old 11-25-2014, 06:03 PM   #5
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I think that plugs into the PSM ABS module.

I think that it is because I have the PSM ABS lights on the dash board. Now the question is where is connected, because we are looking and we can no find the place or maybe we are missing the module, if so where we need to put the module to do the conection?
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I think that it is, because I have the PSM ABS lights on the dash board. Now the question is where is connected, because we are looking and we can no find the place or maybe we are missing the module, if so where we need to put the module to do the conection?
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Old 11-25-2014, 07:20 PM   #7
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I think I've seen threads that those lights on can be triggered by a bad brake light switch. Have you looked at that possibility yet?
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Old 11-25-2014, 07:28 PM   #8
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No yet, but the problem is that I have the connector with not place to connect it. Also the ABS PSM is light it up on the dash, so I need info about where to connect it or if I am missing the module where is the place to install it.
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I think it's the connector for the self-leveling sensor for Litronic optioned Boxsters. Mechanical link attaches to LR control arm.

Looks like someone removed the sensor & Litronics.
I have the ABS PSM light on, so I think that I am missing the module for it, the problem is that I dont know where the module can be install it. Do you have any idea?
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it bolts to the top of the bearing carrier, inside, looking down on the hub. It sees the blocks or pattern of the hub as it spins.
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it bolts to the top of the bearing carrier, inside, looking down on the hub. It sees the blocks or pattern of the hub as it spins.
Thanks for the info, sorry but I am not mechanic, just an enthusiast, so I am not sure where it is. Do you have any picture by any chance to show me where it is?
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it bolts to the top of the bearing carrier, inside, looking down on the hub. It sees the blocks or pattern of the hub as it spins.
The speed sensor is already there...so it's got to be the litronic sensor-no?
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Thanks for the info, sorry but I am not mechanic, just an enthusiast, so I am not sure where it is. Do you have any picture by any chance to show me where it is?
Thanks is advance
You could call a dealer and give them that number and see what it's called- I'm tell'in ya it's for litronics...The ABS/PSM lights must be ANOTHER problem. Start with fuses, right...?
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You could call a dealer and give them that number and see what it's called- I'm tell'in ya it's for litronics...The ABS/PSM lights must be ANOTHER problem. Start with fuses, right...?
Thanks woodsman, I will call the dealer and post it
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I think it is for the Litronic level sensor.
It's the only connector I could find with a boot like that. Info is very hard to come by.



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