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  1. For the record.... I never managed to fix mine.... it is still ticking.... :angry:
  2. No, I haven't but I'll give it a try. I think it probably does need changing as the range isn't all that good. Thanks!
  3. Hi, I have a minor fault on my 2004 Boxster. When unlocking the car door (with the remote), the interior lights come on inside the car as normal, but sometimes a rapid clicking sound (like a relay firing), comes from the radio. It doesn't happen always (maybe 50% of the time), and usually stops after 3-5 seconds. Is this something to worry about? If so, is it easily fixed? Thanks.
  4. Hi, don't know if this is of any help.... but I had problems with the engine on my old Boxster - I didn't get banging from behind, but the engine wouldn't rev at all - it would just cough and splutter and then cut out. It turned out it was the airflow meter, might be worth checking? Forgot to mention... the CEL was on as well.
  5. Hi, don't know if this is of any help.... but I had problems with the engine on my old Boxster - I didn't get banging from behind, but the engine wouldn't rev at all - it would just cough and splutter and then cut out. It turned out it was the airflow meter, might be worth checking?
  6. I removed and reinstalled my right headlight last week. I had the same concern. But, when I tightened the locking nut and saw the headlight pulled into the housing, it seems to me that it is a good fit. LITG8R2001 Thanks for letting me know litg8r2001. I'm glad someone else has noticed the same thing. I'll keep an eye on it just in case.
  7. Hi, I hope someone can advise me if I've done this correctly... I needed to change the front sidelight bulb, so I removed the headlight unit as it said in the manual, and succesfully replaced the bulb. I reinstalled the headlight unit, again as said in the manual and turned the locking nut until it went 'clunk' (and noticed the unit being pulled into the bodywork. My question is this... if I pull on the front of the unit and try to move it sideways, there is some movement - is this normal? I'm worried the unit is going to fall out! (Although, I've tried giving it a tug and it won't move forwards - it just feels a bit loose if you try to wobble it sideways at the front of the unit.) Thanks in advance!
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