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  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2005 911 4S cab
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    1983 911 SC cab
    2001 Boxster
  1. For the record, I have tried the "Autovent" solar powered fan and it will not work at all behind my tinted windows (my windows are not "limo dark" either). The fit is very poor on my Cab, due to the window groove in the cab top. I definitely don't recommend it. Jim Barber 05 C4S
  2. Thanks very much Eddy. I am generally not the type of person that will cut electronic components in my cars, but I was so frustrated with the PSE cutout that I took a chance and the cutout is completely gone. Also, my cab top still opens and closes at the usual moving speeds. The PSE switch still works as intended. I cannot detect any adverse side effects to this mod. However, I do think it would be *very* difficult to solder a replacement diode if I wanted to reverse this mod. I wonder how much a new relay would cost instead. I took some pictures to document the destruction and to zoom in a bit on exactly which diode to cut. Hopefully they are attached to this post.
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