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  1. Hi All, Replaced front shocks,strut mounts,strut bearings,wheel bearings, control arms(wishbone). Now...I'm getting a creaking sound when I turn the wheel. I finished on Saturday and drove the car all weekend and just noticed it this morning.(Mon) Any thoughts? V 99 Boxster Base
  2. Got 1 side completely done. Just a few things. Torquing the rearward bolt for the control arm was guesstimated ...I couldn't get in there w/ a torque wrench even with a crows foot. Dont have that torque extension tool you attach to a wrench. I got it on real tight comparable to wheel lug tightness(calls for 118 Ft Lbs) Next is the axle bolt....340 Ft Lbs ....really? Gona stand on a breaker bar at 19 inches ( I weight 208) What say all? V
  3. Got 1 side completely done. Just a few things. Torquing the rearward bolt for the control arm was guesstimated ...I couldn't get in there w/ a torque wrench even with a crows foot. Dont have that torque extension tool you attach to a wrench. I got it on real tight comparable to wheel lug tightness(calls for 118 Ft Lbs) Next is the axle bolt....340 Ft Lbs ....really? Gona stand on a breaker bar at 19 inches ( I weight 208) What say all? V
  4. Replacing struts,strut mounts,strut bushings, bumpers, bearings, wishbone, and tie rod ends. I assume the suspension has to be under load when torqueing wishbone and components that are attached to it. V
  5. Hi All, I am replacing my front bearings, tie rod ends and wishbone on my 99 Boxster. Considering that I have everything removed I decided to replace the shocks. Anything else I should consider while in there...springs/shock mounts etc..... Ok well now im seeing all dosent have to be removed(balljoints) so maybe I'll hold off on the shocks...any thoughts? Thanks v
  6. OK...I trashed both Tie rod end boot and wishbone boot as well so I'm going to just replace them. Seemed the ball joints were very easy to move around so I think they were shot anyway(someone agree with me!!!) Is it necessary to replace the hub bolt? Should I consider replacing anything else while I'm in there? Thanks V
  7. Ok....The forked part of the tool should go under the rubber boot of the ball joint as to not rip the rubber....correct? Probably should not use a fork(pickle fork I think they call 'em) Thanks V
  8. Hi All, Going to replace my front wheel bearings 99 Boxster Base. I planned on removing the wheel carrier and bringing off to a machine shop to get the old ones pressed out and new ones pressed in...only 40.00 a side. Is there a chance I will trash the balljoints during removal? Should I replace the control arms while I'm in there? Any tips or suggestions? Thanks V
  9. If I remember correctly there are also switches located in the door latch. I had the same issue. You might want to check that as well. V
  10. Hi All, Purchased 7mm and 15mm spacers for my Boxster. Is this going to have any negative performance at the track? Thanks V
  11. Just a follow up. Re-installed my serviced injectors (I think they were off by 2%) not sure what the tech jargon means and R/R my FPR. So far drove about 700 miles with no CEL. Hopefully cured!! V
  12. Hi all, 99 boxster. Removed and sent my injectors out for cleaning. Well getting them back in is a real knuckle buster. Is it safe to say by just lining the tips up and getting them in the intake and bolting the fuel rail down is sufficient? It seems they were more snug getting them out then they went in ….also goes for the rail side. Any tricks on getting the electrical connectors back on? If after closing it all up and turning the ignition to on position and hopefully seeing no fuel leaks will this mean I'm all good to go? Don't want to worry about a leak driving a month from now. Thanks v
  13. Getting injectors serviced. See if that does it!! V
  14. Hi all, 99 boxster…,Does a CEL clear itself after the problem is fixed? I have means to clear it but would like to see it clear itself so I don't have to wait (for it to pop up again) or keep checking for pending faults. thanks v
  15. OK I ordered the FPR as well....hopefully between cleaning the injectors and replacing the regulator l'll be done with the CEL's.v
  16. So replace the regulator ? That seemed to be in spec...You think...? Easy enough...maybe I'll just do it while I'm in there.
  17. I did do that and all checked out. My findings were: Fuel press Engine off 3.3bar Engine idle 3.1 bar FPR .51 bar at idle,....... that's why I decided to send the injectors off. On the right track?.....you think? V
  18. 99 Boxster 140,000 miles, Chasing around P1123/1125 Codes... which... I think shows that the DME is leaned the engine to max. I pulled and sent out my fuel injectors for cleaning thinking they maybe causing too much gas into the mix.(leaking or dirty). Am I on the right track? If there was a vacuum leak I figured it wouldn't be leaned out cause there would be too much air in the mix. Already replaced AOS,MAF,fuel filter, cleaned plenum and Throttle body. Fuel pressure and FPR seem ok. Thanks Vince
  19. Tried everything.....dosen't work.
  20. OK .....so in the TSB it mentions a different set of instructions for 'MY 2002' and up which involves using the connector from the L side. I wonder if my Litronics(bought the assemblies used) are from a more recent year, essentially they're the same instructions except you're taping into the L High beam wire instead of the R. Worth a shot....see what happens. Thanks Vince
  21. Yes...there are only 3 wires....white tapped to white on headlight connector, ground ….and rd\brn tapped to window washer. As per pelican instructions. It only works once if I turn the headlight switch to the on position then start the car. JFP ...counting on you.
  22. Thanks Terry....I did sort it out ..... I think I used thinner washers to free up the play. The ones that came with the kit fit too tightly. V
  23. Tried two different known working modules with different PN #'s in my 99 Boxster, both did not work. Traced good continuity all the way to inside of the headlight assemblies to the motor that moves the low beams. Any ideas. Please?? V
  24. I have 2 of the very 1st you mentioned. Both don't work. So you're saying I may have the wrong version? You forget 996.618.051.02 I guess ill try that next then can it.Thanks for getting back to me. V
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