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About bobsboxster

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  • Present cars
    2001 BOXSTER S
  • Former cars
    1986 928, 1978 911, 914,924,944
  1. I appreciate all the advice. Once the temperture gets down below a 100 degrees, I will play with it until it is corrected.
  2. I appreciate the feedback and I am sorry for the double post, I wanted to explain the issue more clearly. That being said I am not sure you are completely understanding my issue. It appears to more, perhaps incorrectly, that you are talking about the lights in the truck and engine area. My issue is that the light is on in the dash saying that one or the other of the hoods are not closed. So, I have the red light with the picture of the truck and engine compartment lids open. The issue is probably the micro switch as you mentioned. Does anyone have any idea on how I determine which one i
  3. 2002 "S" has the trunk lid or trunks are open light on now and then. Does one sensor control both trucks? Where is it located? It appears that I have a loose connection or the sensor is starting to fail.
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