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    2002 Boxster
  1. Just another upgrade for my Wife's Boxster, already has US M030 suspension combined with H&R lowering springs...a friend was upgrading the rims on his '06 Cayman S so...tires are 235/35/19 fronts and 265/35/19 on the rear, factory Cayman offsets, (57 front and 46 rear) with a 5mm spacer up front just for looks.
  2. What still has me baffled is why the CEL took so long to come on...9 months
  3. So...the CEL comes on in my wifes 2002 Boxster, no problem I say, I'll just get my friends code reader and will get this fixed up in a jiffy. The reader comes up with code 0418, secondary air pump relay A, go through the Bentley manual and there it is, position 10 in the rear truck relay panel. I post a question on this forum re: what part # for this relay and in no time at all, Loren responds with 993.615.115.00. A quick call to my local dealer and the part is ordered. A week later drive into town, get the part and return home, remove the panel and hmmm...the relay is not the same, (more on t
  4. Ok, just a small correction, CDR220 4462 15008570 (was able to put the new battery in without disconnecting everything by using the battery charger trick someone else mentioned, thou still need a code to do the rear speaker upgrade). Thanks
  5. Time for a new battery and no code with the car 2002 Boxster 2.7 Tip Black US Make: CDR220 Model: BE 6625 Serial: 15008570 Thanks
  6. My wife's 2002 Boxster Tip CEL came on and with the help of a friends code checker we got: P0418 Secondary Air Injection System Relay "A" Circuit Malfunction. After hunting thru the Bentley manual I'm guessing that the relay is #10 on the relay panel 2 in the back trunk, left side, (the manual only refers to 1998 to 2001...even thou it covers 1997 to 2004). While I grant this may not be the fix, replacing a (hopefully) inexpensive relay is a painless first step in an attempt to avoid the horrors of the Porsche Service Department and the resulting rape of the little embossed card. Is
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