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My 2006 does this as well. Always takes me by surprise even though it does it every time I turn the wheel to the max position.
I called my local Porsche dealer to ask them how much they would charge to install one of these on my 2006 Boxster, and they said around $250. Following these directions I did it myself in around 20 minutes. Great instructions and thanks for all of the photos, as it really clarified what needed to be done. Unbelievable that the dealer charges this much for such a simple project. And all of the holes were indeed pre-drilled on my 987.
I just bought a 2006 Boxster and the CD player skips quite badly when the car hits even a very minor bump in the road. I assume this is not normal as it renders the CD player virtually unusable. I can't locate a lot of posts on the web where people are complaining about this with their Boxsters. The car still has 1/2 year of warranty so I can have the dealer look at it, but thought I'd reach out to this forum to see if my problem was a common one or not. Thanks!