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Sticky switch

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Got my Boxster last summer and as the weather has turned cold I've found the climate control "+" switch gets very tight in the morning, to the point that if I push it hard enough to increase the desired temp, it doesn't release when I let go of the switch and just runs the temp all the way up. I then have to wait several minutes for it to come back out to the point where the other switches will operate and allow me to reduce the temp to what I really want.

Any ideas on freeing up the switch?

Thanks

John

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My temp buttons stick as well in the cold weather. I recently ordered a new LCD panel from www.modulemaster.com due to the fan speed display not showing all the indicators on the lowest 3 settings. Included on their site is a step by step diagram on how to disassemble the climate control panel. The instructions for the LCD panel replacement include cleaning of the contacts for all the buttons. I have yet to do this repair, but I will post my findings on how the buttons work after I clean everything while replacing the LCD panel.

Hope this helps a bit,

Jay

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Jay,

Thanks. I'll be awaiting your results. I looked at that site but couldn't find anything Porsche listed.

Good luck with the DIY.

John

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On the home page, scroll to the bottom. In the middle of the screen, you'll notice a climate control picture/link. Select that, then on the next page, click on the link to open the PDF of the instructions to fix the Porsche climate control LCD.

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OK, I found it now. I'll give it a shot this weekend if I can find the time.

Thanks!

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I just finished replacing my LCD panel on the ventilation controls. Super easy with the kit supplied by the vendor that sold me the new LCD panel. I also cleaned all the buttons and it also was easy to clean off the coffee or cola that was spilled on the buttons.

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