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  1. Thanks Loren. You're a life saver. Jim Dornberger
  2. The fuse box plan is not located on the back of the panel door as indicated by the Owner's Manual. Anybody know where I can see one? pdf? Thanks, Jim Dornberger
  3. Looking for the part name and number for the trim ring around the center hole of the front bumper for my 2000 Boxster S. It is a snap in ring that is usually the same color as the bumper (in my case silver). Thanks, Jim D.
  4. 2000 Boxster-S Tiptronic (46k) In the last few days as the engine turns over / or just slightly after / there is a kind of rumbling-grinding sound (trans?). No more problems while driving. Jim Dornberger
  5. I have a 2000 Boxster S w/ Tiptronic. During most of the Autumn, Winter and Spring the engine runs smoothly. But when the weather gets over 75 degrees it misfires at Idle after warm up. After I get going it runs fine but sitting a traffic light it stutters and splutters. Took it to a shop last fall - said the 3rd cylinder was dropping out -- didn't/couldn't find out why. Ran well all winter but is doing it again in 90 degree heat wave here in Philly. Techron works OK - but next tank full it starts again. Am using Sunoco 94, too.
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