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  1. White987S, you are correct, it will turn off with the indicator stalk without needing a restart. Guess I should have read the manual. Thanks for all the input.
  2. OK thanks guys. I posted a similar note on rennlist and the replies was this is a feature for European Porsches (I'm in Australia but we get the UK variety here) when parking on a small street and the car is close to the traffic having one side of the parking lights on provides a warning to other drivers. Would have never have thought of that.
  3. All, Not sure if this is a problem with my car or just a strange 997 quirk, but if I turn off my car and I have the turn indicator on, the side which had the indicator active will keep the parking lights on after I shutdown the car and won't turn off until I restart the car and turn off the indicator. I have only had my car for 6 months and haven't noticed this previously so I think it may be a problem with my specific car. My 996TT didn't do this. Any ideas? Car going in for a final warranty check on Tuesday before going out of warranty so will definitely ask the dealer but wanted to check
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