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Bob Neufeld

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About Bob Neufeld

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    Centennial, CO, USA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2008 987-1 Boxster Base Model
    2014 Cayenne Base Model

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  1. I recently replaced the driver side door latch/lever on my 987-1 and now the memory buttons will not operate the door and outside mirror settings. I suspect I did not reconnect the memory button wiring correctly when re-attaching the door panel. Is it possible to pry the button assembly loose from the door panel to check the wiring without removing the entire door panel? Or, must I remove the entire panel to check the button assembly from the back side? The panel fasteners were not very cooperative when I last re-attached the panel, and I am not sure they will survive another removal/replacement. Best, Bob
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