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  1. Loren, thank you for telling me the reason, although I do think that all Boxsters should be "lumped" together.

    Thanks, Tony

  2. In June I posted a question as to why I had lost dash illumination on my 2004 Boxster. I fixed the problem by replacing the light switch. I was wondering why my post, as well as many others are "moved". Moved to where?
  3. Hi Wayne,

    My 2004 Boxster lost dash illumination, and replacing the light switch fixed the problem.

    Thankyou, Tony Boyd

  4. I recently lost dash illumination which should go on when the lights are turned on. I have reseated the fuse, and it appears normal. I have heard that for some reason a faulty headlight switch can cause a problem with the dash lighting, even when the headlights turn on and off properly. Do I need a new headlight switch? Thanks!
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