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    Roseburg, Oregon
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    2000 Boxster
    2000 Ford Expedition
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    1966 Mustang
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  1. Thanks Guys, I've ordered the switch from Mouser Inc, appreciate your fast responses to my post. Garry.
  2. Hi Everyone, I have been trying to find the a topic that had a link to the web site that sells the micro switch for the Boxster key that operates the door locks, does anyone remember the post or the website? Thanks in advance, Garry
  3. Thanks Loren, But I've exhausted that route here locally, I don't have many options where I live. Finding a wrecking yard in my area with a Boxster, or any Porsche for that matter, is like tiring to find a needle in a hay stack, I live in rural Oregon, the closest Porsche Dealer is Portland approx. 120mi. away, as are most of the wrecking yard that would likely have one. Was hoping maybe someone might have an old fuel filter they had changed that they could be kind enough to remove the old clip. Garry
  4. Hi Everyone, I was wondering if anyone may have an old fuel filter laying around, seems that the P.O. or service tech tried to change the fuel filter at one time and didn't realize the grey plastic clip that releases the connector from the metal fuel line to fuel filter was suppose to be pressed to release, instead it appears they pulled on it and broke the clip on one side, rendering it unusable, thus I'm unable to remove the fuel filter from the line. I've figured out how to get it to release, but my concern is that it may not seal or hold the fuel line correctly. I'm enclosing a pic o
  5. Hi scubadawg, Take a look at this article, you might even want to purchase Wayne's book, is is a godsend for us DIY guys. http://www.pelicanparts.com/techarticles/Boxster_Tech/11-ENGINE-911_Engine_Swap/11-ENGINE-911_Engine_Swap.htm Hope it helps out. Garry
  6. I found the first part of this article very interesting, not to mention comforting as a Boxster owner, hope it helps you with your decision to purchase one. http://autos.yahoo.com/articles/autos_content_landing_pages/1638/cars-that-will-make-it-past-200000-miles/
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