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The Cruz Control

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Well after coming home with my first Boxster one day after my 20th Wedding Aniv

I have allready broken my new toy!!!!. While trying to adjust the steering wheel for my wife I grabed the cruise control lever thinking it was the lever for the steering wheel. I'm sure you all have figgured it out by now I broke the lever for the cruise control Duh.......... Does anybody know of a cheap way to get this fixed?????

Any part numbers you may have would be great. Do you feel this can be fixed as a DIY???? Or should I just bite the bullet and have the stealership fix it (375.00)


P.S 2001 Boxster with TipTronic

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For instructions to replace the stalk, try searching for the OBC hack. Lots of people have wanted to install the on board computer, one of the methods includes replacing the stalk controls. I don't think it is that hard, except you need to be exact cause if you don't follow the instructions correctly (or if the instructions are wrong) you'll set off the air bag light (that will cost about $100 to turn off at the dealership) or worse, fire the airbag if you're a completely careless.

So.... search for OBC hack, and I think you'll find some interactions or at least some insight why the dealers charge what they do.

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