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  1. C4 -00, savannah beige Right hand side, electric seat adjustment button. Seems to be quite the mystery , previous owner, who was a very thorough guy, never found the number. I have been been reading through the parts catalogue but can't find it. Not to be confused with part number 986 521 628 00, which is the manual seat adjustment button/lever. And that I already have bought by mistake. Thanks in advance.
  2. Now I have it working! I used the bottom part from the old switch and the button part from the new switch. OK, they are different parts. Note to self - always remember to buy the correct part! :oops: But this is far from logic: -On my newly bought (clutch-)switch, there are three part numbers 996.613.111.01 996.613.113.02 996.613.114.01 The middle number seems to be the same as for the break switch. -Some Porsche sites suggest switching them over if you get problems with the break lights. -They look the same (inside and out) accept for color. -My parts dealer have them listed as the same part.
  3. That seems to be the same problem as I´m having - break lights wont turn off. Could it be that my fault is due to having bought the wrong part? I have bought the clutch switch. I was lead to believe that the clutch and the break light switch are the same even thou they have different codes and one is brown, the other one red.
  4. Trying to use an old topic. I´we just installed a new break light switch. (There is no question that was the problem since, upon examination, the switch was broken.) My problem is that after installing the new switch the breaklights is always on. It doesn´t matter if is installed in its installation opening or just hanging free. There is neither any difference if it is pushed or not. According to my Ohm-meter the switch seems to work as should. Since I dont wish to drive around with my breaks always "on". Any ideas?
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