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I have a 2011 Boxster S and below is what I use. Amazon.com: Mpow Bluetooth Receiver, Portable Bluetooth 4.1 Car Adapter & Bluetooth Car Aux Adapter for Music Streaming Sound System, Hands-Free Audio Adapter & Wireless Car Kits for Home/Car Audio Stereo System: Cell Phones & Accessories WWW.AMAZON.COM Amazon.com: Mpow Bluetooth Receiver, Portable Bluetooth 4.1 Car Adapter & Bluetooth Car Aux Adapter for Music Streaming Sound System, Hands-Free Audio Adapter & Wireless Car Kits for Home/Car Audio Stereo System: Cell...
2011 Boxster S Does anyone have experience removing and replacing the attached hose clamp shown below. This type of clamp is not shown in the Bentley Service Manual or the one from Pelican. Was getting ready to flush coolant system and never saw this type of clamp for the radiator hose. Is it easy to remove and replace?
carman3 replied to BigEd05's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)Thanks for the feedback. I learned something new. After a little research I learned that there is a difference between a Float and Trickle Charger. I have a Ctek model charger which is classified as a Float charger.
carman3 replied to BigEd05's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)If I also convert to an AGM battery will my existing Trickle Charger work? I thought I read in the past that charging this type of battery is different. Am I correct?
http://www.porscheatlantaperimeterparts.com/productSearch.aspx?searchTerm=99761310950 Don't know if this is your problem but had a similar problem with a 2011 Boxster and it tuned out to be the clutch safety switch. Sometimes I could start and sometime I couldn't. There is a lot of threads on the internet about this problem for the 2009 Boxster.
2011 Boxster S Thought I would pass around that Interstate MTP-94R/H7 is an exact replacement for Porsche Battery 999.611.080.20. See photo below. I purchase the battery at local parts store. List price is $210.95. Initially quoted $169 but purchased at $148.90 after asking parts person if that is the best price he could give me. It has a 3 year free replacement warranty anywhere in the US. I plugged in a battery maintainer while changing and I kept all settings. When first started I had a PCM failure but everything reset after a few feet of driving.
Thank you JFP for your detailed reply. Looking at the Bentley Service Manual I should be able to remove the splash shield, remove the drain plug and drain the coolant by supporting the car on jack stands in my garage. However, I'm not sure my compressor is going to have enough capacity to maintain 90 psi. Was wondering if anyone could comment if they used a 6 gallon compressor like mine to change the antifreeze?
2011 Boxster S https://www.ecstuning.com/News/Schwaben_Cooling_Maintenance_Tools/?utm_source=emailcampaign&utm_medium=email&utm_content=retail&utm_campaign=Schwaben_Cooling_Tools_0127201 In the above video it states to first drain all coolant from the system before proceeding. A few questions are below. What is the best way to drain the coolant on a Boxster? Can I do this with a 6 gallon Porter Cable Pancake Compressor? What should I set the pressure to? Or turn the compressor off and just use 6 gallon air volume in tank? How much anti freeze should i mix up in a 5 gallon bucket?
With persistence I got the old filter out without damaging it. Becoming one with my Boxster S... Been a good weekend. Changed oil and filter, reset service light using Durametric, removed speaker box (see prior posts) accessed engine bay for first time, and replaced air filter. Next task replacing spark plugs but that is for another day..
2011 Boxster S Attached are three photos. Two photos show the existing filter in the engine bay with the cover to the air filter housing removed. The third picture is a photo of the new filter. I removed the end of the filter that is press fit over the oval lip. However, after several tires of manipulation of the filter there does not appear to be enough room to remove the filter from the plastic housing without damaging it. Wondering if the plastic housing comes apart (see red circles) but not clear how. Suggestions?
Thank you JPG. I have been on this issue most of the day learning how to put top in service mode, disconnecting cable ball joints, using strap to support rear window and now just resolved removing speaker box. Attached is a photo showing carpet flap open and closed. Actually you push down on the tab while pressing to open carpet flap. I had to rotate the speaker box supporting one end on top of the truck to get hand on connector to disconnect. Will tackle replacing filter tomorrow morning.