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I found Loren's reply to someone else with a similar issue. I'm going to try her suggestion next. Start with fuse F2 (80A) (on the current distributor).
So I mistook the rear window heater ( is that the the one in the convertible or the one with the top down) for a seat heater turns out I don't have heated seats but I did the PCM reset anyway so that addresses that possibility of a fix I also popped the covers off the buttons and all seems well underneath and with the button actuating the switch anyone with other thoughts, I'd love to hear them, thanks
A couple of updates 1. I checked all fuses - I had one that was over voltage 15A instead of 7.5A, so I swapped in a lower amp fuse but it was for the PCM so I don't think it's related 2. I went ahead and did a factory reset on the PCM 2.1 Still no lights on the homelink panel - everything else I've tested thus far is just fine except the frunk light - it's out but bulb is good - going to have to open it up and try the wd-40 fix later ANY ideas on this issue? I'm assuming since I can't get any lights from the homelink, that's it's not worth calling homelink over Thanks in advance!
dartrav posted a topic in 987-1 Series (Boxster, Boxster S)Hey guys, my new to me 2006 boxster S is having an issue my homelink LED does not light up under any circumstances I've followed the book procedures and the homelink.com online procedures I never get any blinking lights I did check and my heated seats do work and the led lights up as well I bought the car used and have not done a new owner reset yet either, should I?