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  1. posted in the turbo section but figure other 997s might have seen this. Thanks Hi, hoping someone knows what could be at fault here. In my 997 mainly In the mornings like today (7 degrees outside, damp) when the engine starts cold, after say a couple of minutes I get a info warning on the centre display of an indicator failure and the coolant temp sign, and the red bar on the coolant temp dial flashes. At this stage the tempersture dial is still at 0, it does this for a minute and goes off and then repeats (warning and flashing light). Then it goes off, no warning In the Info menu and no flashing, it's at this point the bar starts to rise. From then on all is ok and it rises to the middle and behaves as normal. Anyone had this before, know what it could be? Thanks
  2. Hi, hoping someone knows what could be at fault here. In my 997 mainly In the mornings like today (7 degrees outside, damp) when the engine starts cold, after say a couple of minutes I get a info warning on the centre display of an indicator failure and the coolant temp sign, and the red bar on the coolant temp dial flashes. At this stage the tempersture dial is still at 0, it does this for a minute and goes off and then repeats (warning and flashing light). Then it goes off, no warning In the Info menu and no flashing, it's at this point the bar starts to rise. From then on all is ok and it rises to the middle and behaves as normal. Anyone had this before, know what it could be? Thanks
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