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    Fine cars, fine food, and fine timepieces, and my lovely wife!

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    2004 Boxster
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    Another Porsche, this time a Carrera.
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    There were none, until the Porsche.

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  1. +2.....The impellar blew up, pieces went into coolant ports and blocked enough of them to blow the engine.
  2. I would find another mechanic anyway........He couldn't diagnose the AOS issue (most likely the problem here) which is pretty basic on P-cars. :rolleyes: As for the top, this is another issue that usually involves a little $$.
  3. Manual Transmission or Tiptronic?? This is probably the most important to certain folks. My '04 is closing in on 40k. :eek:
  4. Thanks for the valuable insights gentlemen. :renntech:
  5. Hello All! My '04 Boxster is coming up for it's first Smog Check for DMV Renewal. Now being somewhat mechanical, I am aware that the Tech has to check the timing and such on my other vehicles when Testing. However with the Boxster there is no checking under the hood for that. So, what can I expect when I pull up the the Smog Center?? Will they freak out, just charge more, or will it be (save for the expense of the Test), painless?? Thanks for Reading and Thanks RennTech!
  6. Wow! I'm amazed to read yet again about cracked windshields due to the weirdest of circumstances. It must be an "angle of attack" thing. A while back I was behind a huge construction truck when I saw it flick up a apricot sized rock and it was easy to see it cruising right for the windshield! It smacked the glass so hard my wife thought we were being shot at, and left 3 nice scratches where it hit, but didn't crack the glass! Amazing.
  7. A short noise means something is amiss in the motor are. Yes, you will have to put the top into "service" mode manually to see what's up. Good Luck!
  8. Power Stering pump?? Did you try turning the wheel hard both ways while the car is parked?? If it makes noise during this test, it's the P/S pump.
  9. Read this chap's info. http://mike.focke.googlepages.com/mikespor...boxsterwebpages
  10. For PK: The answer to your heating a broken stud in a block and why it works.........Cooling rate differential. The broken stud cools just a tad faster than the block, susequently the stud shrinks in the block and can be removed.
  11. FWIW, I've worked on a pile of different makes of cars, Import and Domestic and have NEVER used anti-seize on spark plugs. Not even the edge trimmer come to think of it. Never had a loose plug, and I don't own any plug hole taps either.
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