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Porsche pcm screen has gone blank - 911 Porsche Cars & Trucks

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  • Anonymous Oct 12, 2008

    same as posted, just went dark whilst driving along (Boxster though).  Still works, just no lights on!

  • Anonymous Nov 28, 2008

    same problem; turned on my ignition, suddenly a dark display (system is on & functions normal but you can barely see background light / colors) - porsche 911 996 (1998)

  • pandaro Nov 28, 2008

    pcm 1 - same problem; after ignition system turned on as normal & functions as normal but you can barely see any light or colors in the display, stays dark, pls help (porsche 991 996 - 1999 - pcm1)


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Boxster S 03 sim tray will not stay inserted,front piece broken off is this what holds the tray securely shut

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The ccfl transformer is burnt out i repaired mine using the parts from an old lap top

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