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  1. That was a good question, I was cleaning my throttle body a couple of weeks ago and was wondering the same thing. If you haven't cleaned your throttle body, it's a good idea to do so. Keeps the idle constant and the engine operating efficently. Tom, can you post a pics or a quick set of DIY steps for doing the throttle body cleaning on the 986 correctly? Thanks. Andy I don't have step by step instructions but here's what I have. The way I removed it was to first remove the air duct then, you'll need long handled torx wrenches (star sheped) to remove the four bolts through
  2. Hi - I lost my manuals and radio card (wisely stored in house, which burned down) in the October San Diego wildfires (Saved the boxster, though!). Forgot this when I recently disconnected battery. Now I can't reactivate radio. Boxster 2002 CR-220 Type 4462 Serial: 15005427 "24/99" VIN#WP0CA29862U622175 Thanks alot for any help. Try 7306 or 7304 Loren - Thanks, but neither of those worked (unless there's a trick to entering them that I forgot). Any other possibilities? Thanks again Dave Diamond
  3. Hi - I lost my manuals and radio card (wisely stored in house, which burned down) in the October San Diego wildfires (Saved the boxster, though!). Forgot this when I recently disconnected battery. Now I can't reactivate radio. Boxster 2002 CR-220 Type 4462 Serial: 15005427 "24/99" VIN#WP0CA29862U622175 Thanks alot for any help.
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