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Hi, i have 2000 986, 2.7L., 70k. After replacing the alternator all lights in my speedometer came on like:





And both front turn signals are not working anymore, only in the back, but the blubs are o.k.

What can i do? How can i reset the control unit? Any suggestions?



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If you have done nothing wrong, disconnect the battery for 30 minutes and try again. When the result is the same, a visit to the dealer is recommended.

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How old is your battery? If you just replaced your alternator, did it kill your battery at some point? If your battery won't reliably hold a charge, your dash could light up like a Christmas tree

I have measured the battery, 89% should be o.k.

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time to take the battery out to a local part store(auto zone?),let them test it.

your wiring looks Ok.

My local part dealer says that the battery is realy o.k. Must be something else. But i have no idea. I really need help!!!

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