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Olen Ronning

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  1. My climate control screen has stuck/dead/broken pixels (manifests as a squiggly line that is there at all times - even when the car is off). Suncoast wants $800 to replace the whole unit, plus paying the dealer to reprogram. Ironically all the buttons and switches are in pristine condition - so I have no incentive to replace the whole unit. Can I just fix the LCD somehow? I've seen DIY guides for 996/986 models, but no 997.
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