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My car had the odometer and the clock adjuster switched when

I picked it up. I asked the dealer how much work is involved

in the switch and he said alot of time. I also read a story that another

person had the dealer work on the gages and now he has to deal with

a rattle. At the time, I figured I could live with the knobs if

I did not have to listen to a rattle.

I now have read a story that the cluster is held in by two torx screws. This

sounds like a cake walk in switching the knobs. I would do it myself

but the car is still under warranty.

Does anyone know how much time is involved in switching the knobs?




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This is a new car - everything should be right. The dealers job is to make everything right. The dealer should fix any problem - no matter how small - no matter how long it takes. The dealer gets reimbursed for their time and parts by Porsche for any warranty work. Hard to believe they are balking at this.

If this takes a tech longer than 2 hours (a very high estimate) then you need to find a new dealer.

If you need good service go to Rector Porsche and ask for Peter Smith (shop foreman and PCA Tech committee member).

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