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I mentioned the filter when I first bought my WRX new in 3/2004 - it was not factory installed then. My dealer was kind enough to install one for free and I have replaced them yearly since then.Changing you cabin air filter can make a big diffence in the indoor air quality of your vehicle.
Not knowing what a fully functioning factory evaporator was like before it sprung a leak, the replacement Griffiths works just fine. Is one better than the other, dunno. What is clear is that the Griffiths evap I put in earlier this year is working just fine and seems to cool the cabin down pretty fast. No tinted windows and a black interior certainly adds to the challenge.
Definately sounds like a dead cell or possibly even two as the voltage has dropped so low that you can't even pop the hood. Take a 9v battery. The spacings of the terminals is correct for the transponder. Turn the battery one way - + is to +, - is to -. Turn it the other way, and + is to - and - is to +. Voila ! That's how you put one to "sleep" to preserve the battery.
It was a fun ride too. The track is a different experience with no top. I give my Boxster-owner friends a hard time about it being a "chick car." Of course, I say the same thing about 911 Cabs... pretty much any convertible All in good fun though.