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About neumaiek

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    Porsche, Land Rover, BMW, Triumph

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    Post Falls, Id
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 Porsche Boxster S
    2004 Porsche C4S Cabriolet
    2011 Range Rover Lux
  • Future cars
    Range Rover, Alpina B7
  • Former cars
    BMW 5
    Porsche 914
    Triumph TR3
    Land Rover Disco
    BMW 7
    BMW X5
    BMW Z4
    MB SL550
  1. Well it will be back at the mechanic at 0800 Monday! No choice on the bolts as they are spread out in Coeur d'Alene roads. ? Again, Thank you! I want to put at least 90k miles on this Boxster as it is a fun car. Wife has a C4S Cab, which is really nice but there seems to be a fun factor in the Boxster.
  2. WOW!! WOW!! WOW!! I really thought that if a half shaft fell off it would make a noise. NOPE! I had been looking at the right side checking the linkage. Came back in and looked at the next relpy here and thought hummmm. I just had the left side wheel bearing replaced. AND YEP, the half shaft was lying disconnected from the transmission. Is this enough to cause the transmission to fail as it dis? not nothing? Guess so. Off to have a talk with my mechanic........ ?
  3. Wife sat in drivers seat and went through all the gears as I observed the linkage on right side of transmission. All was normal and solid.
  4. Strange.... Driving home when I started up from a sop, there was a sound like a bolt falling off and then zero engagement of transmission when clutch engaged. The clutch still felt completely normal and there were zero noises from the transmission. I pushed the car to a safe parking and had a tow truck take it home. No leaks from any where. In the quiet of the garage the only sound was when it was in third gear and as I let out the clutch I could hear a little indication of a turning sound but no engagement. Does anyone have any suggestions on what this could be? It is
  5. I have a 2002 986 Boxster S with a CHECK ENGINE light on. Engine still runs fine with no indication of a problem. I would like to have my own OBD Engine Code reader but really can not determine which one is going to deliver the best results for a home user. I have researched and found one by Innova/Equus model 314 and one that uses my laptop DURA???? I would prefer one that is useable on more then one vehicle (Porsche, BMW, Land Rover, etc..) Live data would be a great feature also! :notworthy: Certainly on that reads the most codes is preferable. I just wonder about the reporting o
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