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  1. Garth, I'm getting ready to order the Cabrio tension cable 986 561 191 02 and see what you mean they list the bottom attach ball but not the top ball. I noticed at autoatlanta.com they are selling both the tension cable that i need as both a new and used item. I am assuming that they have some cars that they are parting out if they offer used parts. Contact them and maybe they can pull the part you need.
  2. Just finished changing the Brake fluid on my 99 Boxster. When I was bleeding the brakes (using a pressure bleeder @ 20psi) I was unable to get any fluid to come out of the outside bleeder valve on the Right Rear Caliper (besides a little seepage around the threads). The inside bleeder on the same caliper bleed normal. Do I need to rebuild the caliper or do you think maybe just the bleed screw needs to be changed?
  3. Great DIY Article I just finished replacing my water filled Booster on my 99 Boxster. Just wanted to add one note... after replacing the Booster everything worked great except I had to extend the rod length by a couple of threads to get the brake lights to turn off.
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