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Climate controls module

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I have a 2004 c4s, with a messed up screen on my climate control module. The ac/ heat work fine, just the display doesn't read. WILL any of the climate control modules FROM 1999-2003 fit my 2004? On ebay I see used modules available from earlier years for $150+/-, but for 2004 the cost is something like $380. Does anyone know whether any other year besides 2004 will fit and work properly without causing any separate problems to occur within the car? I don't want to do the repair kit, I'm not that handy and don't have the time to take the module apart.

Thanks, BW

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I had this exact issue and purchased a replacement screen from Module Master. It is well worth the effort to try to tackle this on your own. The part is about $50 and the process took me about 40 minutes. Module Master even sent detailed, Porsche specific instructions with pictures to guide me through the process. Also, I don't recall any soldering being required. Good luck!

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