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    Porsche Boxter 1999 dark blue

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  1. Probably the CV joint...cheap and easy DIY. Good luck Robert
  2. Hello folks..., The 911 of a friend of mine developped a problem with this vent hose no 4 on the image. The hose is not expensive but i would like to know if it is possible to replace the hose easily i mean without dropping the engine.By the way where goes the hose exactly.... Could it be possible to changed it just by removing trottle body and some hoses. Thanks Robert
  3. Just find a good independant Porsche mechanic and ask him to assit for a complete inventory of parts. For a good mechanic this is really simple and there is not so many parts... Good luck Robert
  4. Hello.., Did you call your insurance cie.... a year ago i have had a wiring fire with my BMW and finally the insurance scrapted my car....too expensive to fix...it should be the same for you or they will fix it with new wiring cable and new control box....that certainly worth a call because if you want to fix it perfectly it could cost you many many thousand dollars and of corse don't forget to ask for dammage evaluation and the repair at the dealership only...trust it will cost a lot more then you can think.... Good luck Robert
  5. OK folks...., After many try i found the problem.....The problem is a faulty Headlight ballast..... Thanks Loren Robert
  6. Hello folks..., Today for no reason the left xenon headlight of my Porsche stop working......only the flasher work so the low and high beam refuse to work. I have had a look at the fuses A1 and A2....they are OK. All the other lights work perfectly. Any idea...could it be the electronic control box behind the light assembly.... Thanks Robert 2000 C4
  7. Easy question and an easy fix.... You will have to replace the left lower control arm...the ball joint of the control arm is shut... by the way be sure to buy the original control arm and not an aftermarket one they are not expensive and they will last just a few thousand miles.... really not worth it. Robert 2000 C4
  8. I calculated all the parts they will changed for a total of $2500.00... How nuch did you pay for the used head valve job and surfacing heads How many hours to rebuilt the engine Thanks Robert 2000 C4
  9. As i can see you never received an answer regarding your engine vibration..., Since 2 years now did you finally found the problem Thanks Robert
  10. Hello folks......, How's your engine running.....mine is vibrate at idle just a bit. The engine runs perfectly but you can feel the vibration I replaced the engine mount, spark plugs and all the filter.. The vibrations are less then before but you can still feel it. Is your engine runs the same Thanks Robert 2000 996 C4
  11. Hello Loren.... Thanks but... maybe it is because i don't know how to search in the topic but nothing appear and that's why i asked once again the question Thanks Robert
  12. Hello folks...... I would like to remove the cluster in my 996....any info would be welcome Thanks Robert 2000 996 C4 Iris Blue Pearl
  13. Hello Hermann! A world of difference..., The first thing i can say... the Boxster is i think more ''Sporty'' you drive it like a goKart.If you intend to do track event with the Porsche Club this is i think the best car to drive in a close circuit. The 911 is more quiet inside then the Boxster and of corse the biggest difference is THE TORQUE...Wow what a difference.You depress the pedal and POW your are lunch like a plane....absolutely fantastic. I used to have many Porsche in my life and for me the real Porsche is still the 911.When i drove for the first time my new 911 C4 i immediatly said this is a real Porsche this is what you are looking for when you drive a Porsche. There is no substitute... Hope this help Robert
  14. Congratulations on your new baby. Ive been considering a 2003 boxster and a 1999 Carrera, and will probably making a decision in the next few days. I would love to hear your opinions on the Carrera vs. the Boxster, and some details about your purchase. happy driving. Hermann. Hello Hermann! A world of difference..., The first thing i can say... the Boxster is i think more ''Sporty'' you drive it like a goKart.If you intend to do track event with the Porsche Club this is i think the best car to drive in a close circuit. The 911 is more quiet inside then the Boxster and of corse the biggest difference is THE TORQUE...Wow what a difference.You depress the pedal and POW your are lunch like a plane....absolutely fantastic. I used to have many Porsche in my life and for me the real Porsche is still the 911.When i drove for the first time my new 911 C4 i immediatly said this is a real Porsche this is what you are looking for when you drive a Porsche. There is no substitute... Hope this help Robert
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