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987 Sticky Climate Control Buttons (Video)

I know has been discussed before, but I just posted a pretty in-depth video on how to replace the sticky climate control buttons.* Hope this helps.

https://youtu.be/yhvyB0D7BPk

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excellent video! Thanks. I am replacing the radio buttons for the same reason. Got those at Carid. Where did the climate control switches come from?
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excellent video! Thanks. I am replacing the radio buttons for the same reason. Got those at Carid. Where did the climate control switches come from?
Thanks. I sell them There is a link under the video. I used to buy them from a European company, but the quality wasn't there. So I had my own made. These are perfect. However, I had to make a 1000 sets.
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I ordered and received the switches for my 2006 Boxster S. The price is over half than similar switches and the quality is spot on. The video (although for a 911) is very good and with the correct tools, a very simple procedure. One question: When I purchased them on ebay, there was only a listing for 911's. When I selected Boxster under compatibility, it came up as incompatible. You might change that since the Boxster's and 911's of that vintage shared the same environmental systems.


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