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  • 5 months later...

I have the same issue, odometer reset button does nothing. I ordered a new one. (Sunset Porsche has it: the trip reset button is $25.98 part 955-641-070-00.)

I've been pulling on the old part using my fingers only and it does not seem to budge -- I have not put a huge amount of pull/pressure but it makes me nervous.

For you guys that have done this: how much pulling does it require to pull the button free? Did you use your hands-only or pliers? Please let me know, any info would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Part arrived today -- using my thumbnail I gave the button a serious tug and out it came. Comparing the old button to new I could see what had worn out/broken off. New button lined up and slipped in with moderate finger pressure. All well. Button works fine now, odometer resets each time the button is pressed.

The team at Sunset Imports are really, really good. Great prices, fast shipping, good overall communications.

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