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I'm trying to diagnose an alarm double beep issue and a "gone crazy" central locking switch. Part of the troubleshooting steps involve testing the switch, which is supposed to have 5Ω between two of its terminals when the switch is activated, and ∞ when not activated. Assuming I've read the writing diagram correctly to get the pin numbers of the switch, this does not seem to be the case. The local dealer does not have a replacement switch in stock, and I was thinking of trying one of the other switches with a built-in LED (like the PSM one) instead. So my question is are all of the switches with the built-in LED electrically the same? Obviously, I can test the function of the PSM switch using a multimeter to verify, but thought I'd ask here first.
Hi there, I just picked up my new (to me) 1980 911 SC Targa and now I'm encountering my first glitch. Both power windows are not working! the fuse looks good. Could it be the relay? is there anyway of testing the relay or do you just have to buy a new one and try? Any advice is appreciated. Roch.
Hi All! Decided to start a new post but my original post is here if you'd like to follow the saga! http://www.renntech.org/forums/topic/45865-car-will-not-lock-with-key-removed/ My front trunk doesn't work and I'm trying to rule out the electrical switch by moving the cables to each of the other switches. But it is showing really odd behavior. Before I buy another front switch, I want to try and verify that my switch is broken. Here's how I tested: First I put the black (rear) on the front trunk switch and tested. Nothing, so I disconected it. Next I put the white (front) on the rear switch and tested. To my amazement, it opened the rear trunk. So, to recap, either connecter when attahed to the rear switch will open the rear, and neither connecter does anything when connected to the front trunk switch. I would not thiink this is the way this works, but...maybe. Can someone confirm that this is true? Thanks for any help you can provide!
Hi All, I'm looking to replace a few worn out switches in the cabin of my 997 C2. I'm looking online to try to find parts (ie. hood and trunk release switch). What is the best supply source in your opinion, would you still recommend sunset parts for such items as well? Thank you, J