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  1. thanks all for your input. there was a simple solution...or two. it turned out MY FLOOR MAT was riding high on the bulkhead preventing the clutch switch from activating the starter...how stupid is that? i attached the mat to the floor and it starts every time. had to replace the switch as a precaution - $35 expense. LOL
  2. my 02 996 c2 starts fine when cold, but once every three months it seems to defy me when fully warmed up. the starter cranks slowly as if the battery is dead - it's not after three or four times i give up and it starts fine after an hour or two or an overnight rest this is ok when close to home, not so when away, as one can imagine the mechanic whom i trust says everything's ok after testing the engine extensively can it be the clutch switch, starter motor, the starter or something else? any thoughts? big thanks
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