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I recently purchased a 2007 Base Boxster with 10k miles on the clock. I noticed one inch long abrasions on both the right and left side of the top at the curved portions aft of the door glass and to the sides of the rear glass, kind of in the middle of this area. Is this normal before I take it to the dealer? Thanks in advance.
Ok, I'm a Douche bag. Got a little excited. Car settle down to .015 after a few moments. I should be fine with that number. Thanks for the response.
I am having a hard time with batteries in my 2007 Boxster. Car is completely stock, no added electronics. I recently installed a new Interstate battery only to have is die in two short weeks without drving the car. The voltage dropped to 4 volts. Today I installed a new Optima battery 34R. Before hooking up the negative terminal I checked the parasitic amp draw. I removed the front boot light to get an accurate reading. The car draws 1.2 amps continuous. That seems pretty high but is this normal and also the reason we all need to trickle our 987's non stop?
This is only on taking off from a stand-still. I feel a slight rumble/vibration when slipping the clutch as I move from a stop.
Just bought an 987 base boxster. When I release the clutch on 1st I get a driveline vibration that appears to be uneven clutch action. The car has 9k miles. Maybe this is normal for Porsche. It only happens on slipping the clutch to engagement.