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  1. Kent: I don't think it's that switch all by itself. It's a combination of that one, the B-pillar microswitch and the time at which they send a signal to the double relay. The black plastic lever microswitch on top of the electric motor, by itself, does not disconnect power to the motor when it is depressed. It is not that that switch is bad, but rather that the timing of when that switch is depressed, combined with when the B-Pillar microswitch is depressed and what Porsche calls the "after-running time" (controlled by the double relay) that results in the red indicator light going on
  2. Thanks for the quick reply Maurice. So you think that it 's the switch located on the motor, when the clamshell, in closed position, make contact with the switch is the culprit. Another thing I noticed when I close or open the top all the way, and the clamshell is retacted back down (flush with the body). I still able to push the down or up button and still have power feeding to the motor, so I always have to eyeing the clamshell to stop manually. So I can assume that this switch suppose to disconnect power to the up/down switch to which ever button is being depress, in turn disconnec
  3. My 99 Boxster convertible top light in the dash turned off when the top is in the open position, which is normal. But when the top is in the closed position, the light indicator in the dash will not turn off. I've read all the tread in the forum but can't find any answer to this problem. The windows all dropped down, about 4", when the latch is in the open position, seem to be normal. I'm thinking the problem might be the micro switch located in the center above the dome light. I heard that there are two contact in this switch, and maybe one of them doesn't make contact to indic
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