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  1. Thanks for the reply. Carpets are totally dry under seats (hell it never goes out in the rain) and everything else electrical seems to be working fine. I've tinkered with car electrics quite a bit in my time but none of this makes any sense. Not a major problem I know, I just hate things not working as they should. Thanks again. Tony.
  2. The VW-Audi part number for the electrical portion of the switch is 4A0905849B It's about a 1/2 hour job on your back with your head in the footwell. Hope this helps.
  3. OK it's been a few months now and I have checked the connections on the back of the cluster and replaced the ignition switch (not that there were any other electrical faults) but I still have the same problem. What is strange is that it only resets when you open the drivers door and not the passengers. anyone else had anything similar ? Still baffled. Tony.
  4. Thanks for all you replys.. There does not seem to be any other faults happening at all. If it makes any difference the trip odometer resets itself on actually opening the door not unlocking / locking the car. i will check the connections on the back of the cluster when I get a chance and I will let you know how it go's. Thanks again. Tony.
  5. Hi All. I have a MY2000 Boxster S. For the last few weeks the trip odometer has been resetting itself whenever I open the drivers door. I have disconnected the battery for a few days to see if it would reset but that has made no difference at all. Anyone have a clue whats going on and why when I open the door ? Thanks in advance. Tony.
  6. WOW thanks Loren that worked a treat. Thanks very much. Tony.
  7. Hi I'm trying to find code for after disconnecting my battery only to find the code I have listed in the ECU is incorrect. The details are. CR-22 Type 4367 Serial Y5021907 24/99 Many thanks.
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