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Replacing both door lock mechanisms resolved the issues.
the daredevil replied to Jetskied's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)It would be nice if the factory part was void of all the little plastic bits.
Yes, they both exhibit the same behaviour.
I'm troubleshooting a microswitch issue over here (also replacing a broken window regulator while I'm at it). When I open the doors (both passenger and driver) from the inside, the window moves down and stays down while the door is open. However, when I open the door from the outside handle, the window goes back up when the handle is released (the interior lights also don't stay on). Using the Durametric software, I can see the circuit closing when I lift the handle which leads me to believe the handle microswitch is okay (leaving one of the lock microswitches as the culprit). However, wouldn't a faulting lock microswitch exhibit the same behaviour regardless of which handle is used to open the door? Thanks! Derek