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  • Present cars
    Boxster 98, Land Rover Discovery
  • Former cars
    69 911
    73 914
    75 914
    67 912
  1. Finally, I got my car back. The North America Porsche ran out of transmission replacement and I had to wait for one that Germany shipped. New transmission and new clutch costed $4,000.
  2. It turn out to be transmission issue and Boxster transmissions are not repairable. I had to buy a new transmission from Porsche.
  3. Jim had his article on Excellence magazine. I asked him for the article and he graciously shared that with me and I am sharing it with you (by his permission) Boxster_Clutch_and_Replacement.doc Boxster_Clutch_and_Replacement.pdf
  4. I have a 98 Boxster, I have been driving with great pleasure and this is my 6th Porsche. It has been 20.000 miles since the last pad change. Recently I have several clutch issues and I showed it to the dealer but dont feel comfortable with what is being said. Dealer said pad and linkage requires change (estimated $4,000). I would like to ask your opinion. 3 weeks ago, I had hard time keeping the shift in the 1st gear, as soon as I try to accelerate it pops out and when I use Rear, it starts to shake. 2 weeks ago, no issues above, 1st and R is working great but hearing a sound in 2nd and
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