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Question about high beam (turnsignal) switch/lever

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Hey all,

 

I have a 2001 Boxster S without all the bells and whistles.  My column is jest equipped with the turn signal/high beam lever and the windshield wiper lever.

 

My signals work fine but I have difficulty getting my bright lights to switch on or stay on.  I can occasionally get lucky and they will stay.  If I push the lever back to brights position, they come one but once it clicks into place, the lights go back to low beams.  Is this something I can fix by removing and cleaning the contacts in the assembly or do I need to replace the the whole thing?  Thanks in advance guys and gals!

 

Tristan

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Sounds like you have a two stalk system (upper left stalk and upper right stalk) with no cruise control or On-Board Computer ( OBC).

 

It's not uncommon for the hi-low beam switch to need to be replaced. 

 

New 2 stalk steering column switch - part # 996.613.213.10 lists for about $175.

 

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Sounds like you have a two stalk system (upper left stalk and upper right stalk) with no cruise control or On-Board Computer ( OBC).

 

It's not uncommon for the hi-low beam switch to need to be replaced. 

 

New 2 stalk steering column switch - part # 996.613.213.10 lists for about $175.

 

g99661321310ewc.jpg

I sent you a PM.

 

I PM'd you.

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