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My 2005 Boxster has a faulty PASM, does it "need" to be replaced or can I somehow override it to the normal setting?

  • 2005
  • Boxster
Mileage: 
70 842
Suspension
Jasper, 
Georgia

My 2005 Boxster was apparently the first year the boxster was equipped with PASM.   I am getting an error message regarding a faulty PASM,; I have had it checked and apparently the four units attached to the wheels are OK so it appears to be the sensor located inside the wall on the passenger side.

My question is this, do I have to replace it ($$ ??) or can it some how be set permenantly to normal mode.  It is currently set in sport mode and rides like a truck.  It is my wife's car and she doesn't "Push" it, if you know what I mean, so I don't really use the sport mode.  Thanks.

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