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    1997 Boxster
  1. GAHH has already replaced my top three times, and they've been really great about it. The first two failed after just a few openings and closings. The last time, they put a big piece of vinyl tape on the inside just above the window. They did this a couple of months ago. I waited a solid month before touching that button, and I've only put the top up and down a few times as it is, and I can already see that it's eventually going to fail. There is just way too much strain where the glass meets the canvas happening as the window folds into place as it's being closed. For now, it seems
  2. Bad news on the GAHH top. The first one they put on for me had to be replaced because the glass separated from the canvas at the bottom. They re-tooled, and put a new top on. I got that one back, and the very next day, I noticed that the glass had become completely separated at the top. (I had not even raised or lowered it yet!) It was as if it were never sealed at all. This is especially distressing to GAHH because they have been sending these tops out all over the country. Anyone thinking about ordering one of these tops should probably hold off until they find out what's going wrong.
  3. I recently bought the GAHH top, and since I live in the area, and they offered me a hefty discount if I let them take pics of my car, I let them install it. When it was done, and I started raising and lowering the top, I noticed that there was an incredible amount of stress being put on the part of the top where it's connected to the bottom of the rear glass window. No sooner did I notice this, than I further noticed that the window was becoming separated from the top at that spot. GAHH told me they came to the conclusion that the tool they were using to seal the window to the top was de
  4. Don't be sorry about keeping this thread alive. I need to know as well! My situation is mysterious and amusing. I've been driving my '97 2.5 for a solid year with the CEL illuminated and an 1125 error code. The car drives perfectly. No rough starts, no smoke, no loss of power. It's perfect! My mechanic has already cleaned the AMS, which didn't kill the CEL, and he is dying to replace it. I told him "no way." I refuse to believe that anything serious is wrong. In the absense of any performance problems, what do you think my 1125 code means?
  5. Oh no, this engine will not be started again. I had it towed home and will tow it to "the man" ASAP. This feels expensive!
  6. Did my C C just go bye bye, or is there a magical low-cost solution, as usual? = ) HELP!
  7. You're all going to want to slap me, but I've been driving my 97 Boxster around for about 4k miles with the "check engine" light on, and a consistent 1125 code popping up on the OBDII. Absolutely no noticeable problems with engine performance. What do ya think? (Besides the fact that i am one lazy fellow.) :oops:
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