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OEM dash switches wiring?


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Hi everyone!

Can anyone tell me if all the Porsche 986/996 momentary dash switches with LED indicator have the same pinouts/internal wiring?

I found the following diagram for the footwell lights switch and wonder if the PSE switch will have the same wiring. If I'm reading it correctly the LED indicator light (pin 5) will need to receive a switched ground when the circuit is activated. Anyone?

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The central locking switch seems to be the same.

(Your double post has been removed ... please re-read the forum Guidelines/Rules "Please post your messages in one forum only. Crossposting, double posting, triple posting, etc. are all a waste of time and valuable resources. If you post the same message in multiple times or in multiple forums, we will delete the ones we feel are inappropriate.")

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The central locking switch seems to be the same.

Thanks for the reply Loren, and for a great forum.

Its the PSE switch I'm wondering about.

Please advise if I could have posted this somewhere else for both the 986/996 guys to see this, its a universal part for both cars while the 996 guys probably don't read over here much. Sorry about the double post.

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