Question about Porsche Cayman
I believe the issue is just a micro switch under the lever that’s easily replaceable. It’s either a NO or NC switch. If it's NC when the lever is down then you could short the connection. If it's NO then just removing the wires should do the trick. Both way you can pull the switch (needs removal of the console or very small hands) and get it working just to put the top up. You can test the function of the micro switch (in the middle of the top of the window) this way:
· Roll down your windows.
· Then press & hold the micro switch with your finger.
· The windows should IMMEDIATELY come up.
· This is how it would work if the micro switch is OK.
· If this does not happen (the windows stay down), then you have a problem with the micro switch
Also all this will test if the micro switch is stuck in "permanently engaged".
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Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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