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Everything posted by catmanluge

  1. How many wheel bearings do you go through in a year? I usually replace the right rear twice a year or about every 5,000 miles. but thats with a 3.4 in a 2000 Standard Boxster
  2. I suffer with these codes all the time! Once a year during mandatory inspection time I get my car to keep the CEL off for about 400 miles and then get it inspected. Frustrating!
  3. What a great Idea! That is neat!! You can safely and effectively change the IMS bearing to the LN version without any camshaft locking tools. Wayne Dempsey of Pelican Parts has come up with an ingenious way of locking the sprocket on the IMS tube (which is behind the IMS flange,just on the other side of the engine case) by using three 25mm long set screws that get substituted for the IMS flange bolts. Those set screws press against the face of the sprocket (which is inside the engine, on the other side of the case) and prevent the sprocket from moving (or altering the timing). Simple, effective and fool proof, and you don't even have to find TDC and use a locking pin. Regards, Maurice.
  4. I agree its usually the slave cyclinder!located above the transmission..
  5. I have both GT-3 Split lower armson 4 corners and adjustable rear location arms. What your question is it for more negative camber if so the rear adjustable arms will do the trick!
  6. Does anyone have a schematic drawing for a 2000 Boxster seat. My seat back now does not function properly. If you pull up the lever it will only come forward about slightly but will not stay in that position as it will fall back to the bulkhead. Mechanicals
  7. Go to any race car fabricator. They can make you up a set in no time plus you can ask for high quality Heim Joints as the quality varies greatly. I just got the Tarrets and will install them tomorrow. Stomski also makes one. http://www.pelicanpa...20Boxster%20all
  8. I went the $5.00 route had no problems changing tubes.... TomCat: Here is a set of instructions on Pedro's Garage Web Site: http://www.pedrosgar...Y_Projects.html Regards, Maurice.
  9. I think from your photo you have the latest version of AOS. The smoke is not coming from that o-ring seal. If its not sealing correctly you will see oil leaking in that area. No leaking oil than the seal is ok.. Some cars tend to smoke on start up even with good operating AOS systems. But cleaning your intake tubes and TB is a good idea as residual oil can be trapped...
  10. Check out Todd Holyoak's articles he has done several and is real articulate..
  11. There is a snap ring about 1/2 inch from the end of the axle flange that does create some resistance. I few light taps with a wood mallet should be enough to get it to seat propertly..
  12. Some have cured the problem by welding a baffel inside the muffler. In fact I had the same problem but it was gone after I put on an aftermarket exhaust system.
  13. There should be no problem using studs as there is plenty of room under the motor. If you apply heat to the bolt before attempting to remove it you may have better luck with less breakage.
  14. Check your gas cap. I keep getting all sorts of Fault codes then looked at the gasket in the gas cap it was cracked. Replaced and no more fault codes. Cheap fix.
  15. Do you have Durametric Diagnostic software if so take a look at the cam timing. You can also check other possible causes with this software.
  16. Dees anyone know if Is it possible to buy a new rubber o-ring type gasket for a Boxster Gas Cap?
  17. I am on my third AOS tried going to a catch can but was not the ideal way of handling system. I track my car which I am sure leads to the problem.
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