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Old 01-09-2017, 12:33 PM
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Default Damned AC buttons-- a fix???

Hi folks-- I am not affiliated with these guys-- but just got an email that they are building buttons:

http://www.climarepair.com/porsche-r...rce=newsletter


VERY FREAKING COOL! Hope they are out soon.
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Wow, looks like a great product for an eyesore of a problem!
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Bought some-- looks like they come out Feb 1
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Freaking expensive for two pieces of injected plastic.

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99 is for both switches correct as it gives you the option of "1" for 99$... one means a pair of two correct?

also read removing these buttons is not a simple DIY as they suggest... anyone do it?
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Originally Posted by mickfluff View Post
99 is for both switches correct as it gives you the option of "1" for 99$... one means a pair of two correct?

also read removing these buttons is not a simple DIY as they suggest... anyone do it?
I would say yes. I just ordered some.....hopefully they developed a removal tool.
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For 99 bucks and free shipping....ordered!

Thanks for the heads up.
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Ordered.
$134.84 CAD ($1.00 CAD = $0.73423138 USD)
Your order number is: 1187

They have an older model too it seems.
http://www.climarepair.com/porsche-p...r-kit-english/
$34.99
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Old 01-09-2017, 02:32 PM
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'After 2 years of research climarepair.com is proud to announce to be the first and only seller of replacement buttons for your Porsche Carrera Boxster and Cayman air condition unit worldwide."

What's a Carrera Boxster ?


If I like the button replacements, I'll get some caps
http://www.climarepair.com/porsche-wheel-center-caps/
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Originally Posted by mickfluff View Post
also read removing these buttons is not a simple DIY as they suggest... anyone do it?
I just did it to get the ac panel painted piano black, it is real easy to remove.
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Ordered too
Removal:
Install:
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Originally Posted by Ni_Mo View Post
I just did it to get the ac panel painted piano black, it is real easy to remove.
Can you explain how to remove the ac panel?
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Originally Posted by Sneaky Pete View Post
Can you explain how to remove the ac panel?
Sure, the easiest way is to follow this by tye:
https://rennlist.com/forums/diy-subm...e-removal.html

Then to remove the ac panel there are 2 tabs which you need to push in L&R side and then the panel just slides out, disconnect & away you go.
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Originally Posted by mickfluff View Post
99 is for both switches correct as it gives you the option of "1" for 99$... one means a pair of two correct?

also read removing these buttons is not a simple DIY as they suggest... anyone do it?

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Originally Posted by mickfluff View Post
wow is in fact 99 per button so 198 for both....
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It's $99 for the pair. This is a pretty good deal as Sticky No More charges $150 and require a core return IIRC.

I painted mine all black with plasti-dip and it looks decent. But for this pricee it's an easy, permanent and affordable solution.
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