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'01 996 Tiptronic Steering Controls Not Working


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My '01 steering controls are completely dead. The auto transmission is working well but when shifted into manual it remains in whatever gear it was in while in auto.

Is this a control unit, or if the control unit goes dead, does the auto mode go too?

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I recommend you get a code reader and read the codes off the OBDII. If you don't have a reader,an autostore, like Autozone, lend readers to be used in their parking lot. Write down the codes if any, and we can troubleshoot

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I recommend you get a code reader and read the codes off the OBDII. If you don't have a reader,an autostore, like Autozone, lend readers to be used in their parking lot. Write down the codes if any, and we can troubleshoot

Problem Fixed. Looks like the hazard switch was bad and the posts were not making contact. Repaired the switch and voila, the controls work again.

That was weird.

Chris

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