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looking to replace my Bridgestone Potenza RE050A tires on my Boxster. Any good suggestions? I did get 30K on my Bridgestone Potenza tires. This is my daily driver. 235/35R19 and 265 in the rear. Looking at keeping around $200-250/ tire. Thanks!
i had this issue on my 06 boxster and took it to the dealership before my warranty expired last year. I thought it is only a knob replacement but the service guy told me that the knob is attached to the unit, so he had to order a new heating unit just to replace the knob. The knob is done kinda funny too since they paint it white and then paint it black, so when the black paint peels, you see all the white paint. If you car still in warranty, take it back and make the dealership replace it. I wasn't charge for replace the unit at all and you shouldn't have to either.
I bought some touch up paint for my boxster a long while ago, now that I have to use it, it looks black and the the color I purchased. Did the paint color settled? Is there any way to save it? It was supposed to be seal grey. thanks.
My 987 fuse box has a small booklet that tells you what each fuse is for and it has clear identification on what each fuse is for. Check with the small booklet. We need a much higher resolution photo of your fuse panel. My photos are from a 986, but I think that as of 2005, the top row is now for spare fuses, the gripper tool, and for the emergency unlocking of the front luggage compartment. Perhaps somebody here with a 987 can post a pic of their fuse panel diagram from behind the fuse panel cover. If your fuse panel is on the left side kick panel of the car, the relay tray with the convertible top double relay will be above the fuse panel. The convertible top relay is the only double relay in the tray. Regards, Maurice.