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    Boxster, Cayman
  1. Instrument cluster completely dark and gauges not moving. How to save $5000 in 3 easy steps. 2002 Boxster S 41,000 mile Tiptronic Here is my story, the problem AND THE SOLUTION. My story: I have a 2002 Boxster S which was sitting for approximately 6 months unused. As you might expect the battery was dead when I went to use it. It was easy to jump with a portable jumper starter. The car started right up and it was easy to drive. However, when I stopped to get gas, the dashboard instrument cluster went crazy and all the idiot lights came on. Even though
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