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Painted Ignition Switch

    Painted Ignition Switch

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    $89.95
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    Painted Entry & Drive Key Plug

    Replacement ignition switch dummy plug. For cars with the optional Entry & Drive system, this piece installs in the ignition switch to replace the key.

    This can be used as a replacement for a damaged or missing plug, and now you can upgrade to this painted version to match the exterior or your car. This will replace the standard black or silver plug.

    Fits the following models with the optional Entry & Drive system:
    - Boxster Models 2013 or newer
    - Cayman Models 2013 or newer
    - 911 Carrera Models 2013 or newer
    - Cayenne Models 2011-2018 
    - Panamera Models 2009-2016
    - Macan Models 2014 or newer

    Not returnable. Unsure of your Porsche's options? If your car does not have Entry & Drive, this piece will not start the car. Contact us with your VIN number and we will be happy to verify your options.

    Installation Note: Turn your old key plug to the far left and hold it that way for 30 seconds. You will hear a click that unlocks the mechanism and you can then remove it. In some cases, the actual remote control key must be outside the car and out of range on the vehicle.

    Common colors are in stock, rare colors must be ordered.

    Customer Ratings & Reviews

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    4.5
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    4 (1)
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    4.5
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    2 Total Reviews
    Hard to Remove Old Switch
    4 out of 5
    Jack
    Location: Atlanta
    Date: July 13, 2017
    The new painted ignition switch key is beautiful, Swapping out the old one with the new one is the tricky part. There's a special hook-type tool in the driver's side fusebox that you use to remove a small plastic cover that holds the ignition switch key in place. I broke off a small plastic pin on the cover removing it. I'm not sure if it's possible to remove it without breaking one of the 2 pins that holds it in place. You also run the risk of losing the small plastic cover because it's black and very small and has a tendency to fly away when you try to remove it or put it back in place.
    Recommended
    Perfect Match
    5 out of 5
    Richard
    Location: Atlanta
    Date: June 23, 2016
    This switch is the perfect finishing touch to my new 911's interior. The color is an exact match.
    Verified Buyer Recommended
    2 Total Reviews