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Ace, I stalled today and when I started the car again I got the same red light indicator for the temperature. I hope after a few days it will correct itself too. How has yours been after your last post?
Has any one of you added a mesh grill behind the front air vents? I have an 05 Boxster and install them. I've seen some pretty wicked 911's and Cayman's with DIY grills, and I'd like to do the same. Is it possible to take out the plastic grill right now, without removing the bumper, to attach the mesh? Any advice would be much appreciated! Thanks! Mike.
CosmosC4S -- good job on the mesh! Thinking of doing the same to my black 987 Boxster. Any way you can post the pics on this forum so the rest of us can see the finished product? Thanks!
So Secuuda...you just used speakers that were designed for the 986, and they fit into your 987? Where did you get them from? Hmm....I really like your idea....I'm wondering if I should do this. Is the sound still good....and everything works perfectly so far? Mike.