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  1. Old thread but worth updating. There are 2 tabs for the air vent removal, they are on either side of the center. Go through the second louver so you can get a good angle. The tabs have a small rectangular hole you grab with the corner of a flat end screwdriver and pull down as you are pulling out on the vent. Do RH side first then do LH side to fully remove the vent. First time is PITA but afterwards you will see its fairly easy. Flashlight is your friend.
  2. I completed the project and posted step by step on 6speed if anyone is interested. http://www.6speedonline.com/forums/996-turbo-gt2/305304-refilling-spoiler-hydraulic-ram.html
  3. I've yet to figure out how to add fluid to the ram. I have removed the leaky ram but when I place it upside down to fill it as per the service manual I'm lucky to get anywhere close to 1ml, let alone the 5 specified. I used a syringe but no fluid goes into the ram (it is fully retracted, as if when it was on the deck lid the spoiler would be down). Please help. Secondly, after this, do I need to bleed the entire system? Thanks in advance.
  4. I wish it were only $60; they sell it now for a whopping $179!! See their ebay link below. http://www.ebay.com/itm/PORSCHE-TRANSMISSION-996-BOXSTER-NEW-UPGRADE-POP-OUT-2ND-GEAR-DETENT-/160784555848?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&vxp=mtr&hash=item256f819f48
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