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    2000 Boxster S
  1. I suppose if nobody has seen this problem even though flywheels go bad all the time, it must more likely just be a bad sensor. Anyway, I did find it. It's up on the driver's side of the bellhousing. Both the sensor and it's plug can be accessed from the top after removing the intake hose and MAF.
  2. I have an issue with my 2010 Boxster S 6-speed that I can duplicate. It throws code 7103, "crankshaft sensor upper limit value exceeded". Normally, there are no issues and the car never throws the code during driving short or long trips. But one day I decided to rev it out to the limiter... it felt like it hit a hard limiter somewhere around 7000 rpm (wasn't in sport mode, so I thought it should be a soft limit at around 7400-7600 rpm). Then the dash said "reduced power". I drove it a but further and it threw a PSM error and then would barely even roll away from a stoplight. However, cycling t
  3. My fan was just running. I put my hand up by it and it was definitely blowing air OUT of the bay away from the car.
  4. Any word from the OP? mrmiatanut (I guess Miata *wasn't* the answer?), do you have any pics of your swap? I'll be down in that area around xmas this year, so hopefully I can drop by and check out your swap.
  5. That's interesting, I wonder what issues he encountered specific to the manual transmission. If you're talking about me, I sold the project because I bought a Cayman S. The manual transmission from the 5-speed or the tip Boxster both bolt right up to the A8 engines (or pretty much any other Audi engine for that matter). The 6-speed is a bit different because it does not have the snout for the starter on the V8. However, my Cayman S 6-speed DOES have that snout, so an option would be to grab a 6-speed from a 987 (however, they aren't cheap). Before I bought the 987, I also had talked m
  6. Try 1040 Wow, that was fast. Works great! Thanks very much.
  7. I stupidly removed the battery to replace my seats (completely unnecessary for the airbags, btw). Becker 1 4362 15000005 Model: 2000 US Boxster S, 6-speed
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