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  1. Thanks!! If you haven't already done it, drive it for awhile and the light should go out. If not, double check that your connections are clean and tight. (Don't over do it just make sure they are snug. Should not be able to move the terminal end if it's connected properly) I have disconnected the battery several times and if I had the PSM light come on it didn't last long enough for me to remember it. Also had a similar set up with a battery tender so I don't think that's the issue unless you're getting current loss from a loose connection or a poor connection caused by a dirty or oxidi
  2. Well to avoid problems this spring I purchased a battery tender and after I installed it my PSM light is on. Have I won myself a trip to the dealer? How ironic that I purchased a battery tender so I would not have any troubles next spring. Any help would be appreciated. Perhaps I just need to drive it a bit to reset something?? 2005 C2S
  3. The last owner of my 997 C2S seemed to chip the back of the driver seat and it is bothering me. The dealer said to go to a hobby shop to match the color. The main problem I have is that I am color blind and wife wife thinks I am a bit obsessive and will not go to a hobby shop with me. I am sure someone else has solved this problem. Thanks.
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