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I was talking to a friend the other other day about serialized parts on the boxster, and he was not sure of the answer. So does anyone know if parts like the bumper covers and such are serialized to the car? I do know that at least some Fords are like that. I seem to remember the last time I had the front bumper cover off, to clean the radiators, there was another number there other than the part number.
The CEL came on about a week ago. Found that it set the P1119 code. Reset the computer, to see it it would come back. Drove it about 4 or 5 times, over the course of a week, and the CEL came back on yesterday with the same code. The code means Heating of oxygen sensor ahead of TWC, bank 2. So one of my O2 sensors is going bad, I guess. Should I just replace the one or go for all four?
I was wondering what bulbs someone was using that caused the melted/yellow look on the lens. I figured that it was some higher wattage bulb. So have you found yourself just driving around on low beams all the time now, or do you still use your high beams?
klueless, What K bulbs did you get? The 5000K ones? Also to any one running these bulbs for any amount of time, have they discolored your lens, like they are overheating? I have seen a couple of pictures of headlights that have been overheated by some bulb, but I do not know what type/kind.
The US web site is www.wilhelmy-it.com, I have one and I love it. I use the auto feature all the time. If you order it through the special offers section, it will save you a little bit of money.
Ok, I have my dash out of my 2000 S, so I can fix where the leather has come loose up around the defroster vent. I was thinking since I have it out could I swap in a newer dash with a glove compartment? Any one with details if this is possible?