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Everything posted by mgrady52

  1. For my 99 Boxster, I just found a video on YouTube that walks you through an inexpensive and easy way to supplement the worn out bushings with $2.50 #30 bushings from Home Depot. Make sure you put them on in front and back of the air bag mounting plate. Make sure you leave the negative cable disconnected at least 1/2 hour before disassembly. It took me 1/2 hour and saved $300 service charge. Take your time. Getting the retaining "bolts" off (two of them) was the toughest part. Snug, DO NOT tightent the interior 4 bolts. Good luck.
  2. Have 99 Boxster, new battery, Model 4462 Becker 1 radio SN X5027809. Radio code provided by Dealer does not work. Posted two new topics mistakenly. Hopefully this is correct place to request the assistance.
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