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Message: Also relevant

Changed By: Boxsterra
Change Date: June 07, 2021 06:35PM

Also relevant
Pictures of the X12 plug (shown in first diagram) and how to access it. This is the passenger side but the driver's side (X11) is the same, except white in color.

http://986forum.com/forums/boxster-general-discussions/72682-how-does-door-connector-come-apart.html

I would start here because you don't know if the problem is before or after this point and it will save you time. Specifically I would test that Pin 5 on the X11 plug and the X12 plug are connected to each other, as the wiring diagram says. If they are then the problem is in the driver's door. And if not, it's between the relay and the door connector.
Changed By: Boxsterra
Change Date: June 07, 2021 06:32PM

Also relevant
Pictures of the X12 plug (shown in first diagram) and how to access it. This is the passenger side but the driver's side (X11) is the same, except white in color.

http://986forum.com/forums/boxster-general-discussions/72682-how-does-door-connector-come-apart.html

I would start here because you don't know if the problem is before or after this point and it will save you time.

Original Message

Author: Boxsterra
Date: June 07, 2021 06:31PM

Also relevant
Pictures of the X12 plug (shown in first diagram) and how to access it. This is the passenger side but the driver's side (X11) is the same, except white in color.

http://986forum.com/forums/boxster-general-discussions/72682-how-does-door-connector-come-apart.html