Question about 2002 Porsche 911
I had the same issue and replaced the ignition switch. The switch is VW or AUDI and is available online for about $35.00. The dealer want close to $300.and another $500. to install. Is is not difficult but tough getting under the dash without taking the front seat out. Took me about an hour to get the job done. Here is a good webste with instructions. http://industryfigure.com/berkeley/Porsche/ignitionswitch.htm
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Your ignition switch has gone bad... it will need replacing... there is an identical part made by AUdi that is much cheaper as well... tell your mechanic you would like it instead of the Porsche OEM one
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