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Hi, I know this is a 10 years old post, But I'm having this problem right now. Could someone please post a picture of which bolt I need to loosen and pull the top back ? Thank you.
Hi, I know this is a 11 years old post lol, but I'm having this problem now. Any idea how to fix this problem? I know I can open the top 1/4 of the way and then put the latch to closed position. But is there any real solution? Do I need to change the whole top to fix the problem ? Please help. Thank you.
I am not 100% sure. I used a magnetic pickup tool to pick it up, since the oil is so sticky, it always stick to the magnet. But I feel like it is because of the oil, because it has to touch it to pick it up. I will try it again. Thank you.
Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum. Please help. I just did oil change on my 2001 boxster, and found some metal particles on the filter. My car had LN engineering IMS bearing updated not long ago. Is this normal wear or IMS bearing failure ? Thank you