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    Orlando, FL
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    2005 Boxster
  • Future cars
    Cayman S
  • Former cars
    1984 porsche 944
  1. I recently bought a 2005 Boxster, and had to replace the ball sockets on the pushrods ( Top wasnt goind down all the way, the clamshell did not sit flush on the right side, and was making a lot of noise going up or down) Only the right side broke, but I replaced both. Now the clamshell still not flush, and still making a lot of noise, going up or down, on the right transmission; the gear is probably broken. Trying to remove the transmission , , but the 19mm bolt doesnt come out, the boomerang keeps spinning with the bolt. I can hear/fell the gears inside moving . Did I miss any step? Thanks!
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