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    Boxster 2007
  1. Roger that. 2000 Boxster, 986, 2.7L. The O2 sensors were replaced following error codes P1128 and P1130. Now no error codes. However, about 5 seconds after starting up the engine idle deteriorates and runs poorly, rough and at low rpm. Also, an intermittent clank/knock sound eminating from the muffler. Peculiar.
  2. Just cleared OBD for O2 sensors, replaced all four. Now no error codes, however, loud intermittent/sporadic clunk sound and seems to come from exhaust manifold or cat. Also, no improvement on engine performance. Still idles rough when cold.
  3. Rats! That didn't work either.. wonder if I'm entering it incorrectly. After the "wait' goes away and the stars show up with the numbers I enter the code... should I be pressing another key?
  4. Hi, I have a 2007 Boxster - changed the battery like the rest on here and lost the code to get back online! What a nightmare, I've tried 6 different codes... this is taking weeks to figure out the right one.. does anyone know?? I've tried 4549 2835 2837 6938 6937 4696 There has got to be the correct number out there!! the serial number is # X5030042 4898 CR220/CDR-220 Becker 1 type 4462 Forever grateful for your help!
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