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About golfhom

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  • From
    Burlingame, CA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1998 Boxster, 1999 Lexus 400
  • Future cars
    Cararra or Toyota Hybrid
  • Former cars
    1966 Mustang, 1960 Chevolet Impala Conv.
  1. HI; I tried the battery disconnect couple of times. The light will go out until you drive your car for a week or ten days. It comes on again after the computer does the calculations, then the CEL Will come back to haunt you again. I took Loren's advice and took it to the "Real Mean Machenic". He replaced the Mass Air detector and I passed smok. I been driving for six months since and no CEL. Cost me $800. I feel too old and stiff to work on the cars now. So I pay for the pleasure of driving. Golfhom
  2. Hi; My boxster 1998. Aprox 60K miles. CEL came on with P1123 code, Mechanic change O2 sensor. CEL came back after driving couple weeks. Showing now codes P1125 and P1123. Similar to problem listed on this posting. Sounds like he has much more knowledge about Porsche than I. Will keep watching posting to see if he resolve his problem. Thanks in advance for any more information and help you can give us. Golfhom
  3. Jeff; Please reply to my many emails. I like to know where my parts are in the motocycle shop. I will pick them up when I know where to look. Michael and I can't find them anywhere. Gary
  4. I'm new registerant Golfhom. I live in Burlingame, CA. I have a 1998 Boxster in a San Francisco shop name Aldo's Performance for an estimate to fix my top. I was lowering it as normally, the clamshell liftup, the top won't go down. Yes I've released the catches. I kept pressing the switch but the clamshell went back down and nothing happens. I did not hear any loud noises. Further attemp I just hear the motor noise. The windows use to drop half way when top was working. Not now. From the posting it seems complicated. I might try it when I was younger, now as a senior, don't like to work in tight places. Any advice would be appreciated. :rolleyes:
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