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    2009 cayman s
  1. Looking for some help with a 2009 cayman s. Had a dead completely dead battery that was replaced. Once replaced the car started right up and displayed the psm and tire pressure faults. Took the car out for a quick drive and all warning lights have disappeared. Several days later I took the car out again with no faults or warning lights. Went to use the ac and the fan will turn on but no cold air. Checked all fuses and all seem to be fine. All other systems appear to be working OK as well. Hit the ac button and or the max ac on the dash with temp setting as far down as it will go and it doesn't sound like the compressor is engaging. Is this due to a remaining fault from the dead battery that will require a dealer to clear?
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