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  1. I have a 2000 base Boxster with 5 speed manual transmission. One of the ball joints on the linkages popped off. This caused me to limp home with only 3rd and 4th gear available. I popped the joint back on but I was wondering if there is a clip missing the holds the linkage in place? The linkage that popped off was at the top in the photo. Its the one that runs vertical. Does anyone know the part number for the clip if that's what is missing? Thank you, Scott
  2. The problem is gone for now. I have no idea what happened.
  3. Ok JFP, P1118 Porsche fault code 4-Heating power O2S behind cat. c. bank 2 P1117 Porsche fault code 14-Heating power O2S behind cat. c. bank 1 P1130 Porsche fault code 361- Oxygen sensing adaptation idle range bank 2 P0139 Porsche fault code 17- Sensor aging behind cat. conv. cylinder (1-3) P0159 Porsche fault code 23- Sensor aging behind cat. conv. cylinder (4-6) Scott
  4. Thank you Mikefocke for the great info on how this all works. I knew the purpose of the catalytic converter but now I better understand how it functions. I need to check some readings with my Durametric, hopefully I find a solution.
  5. It smells like coolant and is way to much liquid to be condensation.
  6. Here's a better picture and I circled the drain pipe. Just forgot to rotate it so the pipe is pointing downward. Scott
  7. 2000 2.7 Boxster w 150K miles. I have some sort of coolant leak. Its coming from a drain tube located by the rear passenger side. Any idea where this drain tube leads to? The tank in the rear trunk looks fine. The cap and pressure relief valve are fairly new. Please see attached photo. Thank you, Scott
  8. More questions here. I'm trying to figure out exactly what's going on. I've done a little research about catalytic converters and how they work. I've also started looking at actual values on my Durametric software for pre and post O2 readings. What should I be seeing? I know these are vague questions but I'm just starting to learn about this stuff. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Scott
  9. If it is the pre-catalytic converter that needs to be replaced, what will need to happen? Does this mean I take it to a exhaust shop and they remove the old one and weld in a new one? What typically happens in this case?
  10. I have a 2000 2.7 manual with 151K miles. The car has been running fine but shows a couple of CEL error codes. P0430 Code 45- Cat conversion bank 2 and P0420 Porsche fault code 40. What do these codes mean? And what is causing them? Thank you, Scott
  11. I have a 2000 base Boxster that I'd like to fit with 19x8 F and 19x 9.5 R factory Caymen S Lobster Claw wheels. I once had a 2003 Boxster S and put the same wheels on. I did have to use a 5mm spacer and longer wheel studs up front if I recall. Does anyone know if I can do this on my 2000 Boxster? Regards, Scott
  12. Thank you for the feedback. Right now I have managed to pop off the arms with the ball sockets and I can manually open and close the top. I did not notice anything broken. Scott
  13. I have a 2000 base Boxster. I went to close the top and I heard a loud pop and now my top will not open. The clam shell stays down. Any direction would be helpful. Thank you. Scott
  14. Looking for some guidance. My 2000 2.7 Boxster is hard to start after fueling up. I replaced the purge valve and it does the same thing. Any thoughts? Regards, Scott
  15. I figured it out. The turn signal wires under the headlight assembly had been pinched and shorted out. This caused a domino effect of fuses to blow. After fixing the wires all problems are gone. BTW the LID lights work awesome! Just like a good HID kit but for only $31.00 on Amazon. No errors just nice bright lighting. Regards, Scott
  16. I have a 2000 base with manual transmission. I installed some LED headlight bulbs the other day. I made a mistake when I installed the passenger side bulb. I had the polarities switched. Pos to neg and neg to pos. The light would not turn on. So I switched the plug around and everything worked fine. But now my car is acting strange. The top was down when I started this project and it wont go back up. The one touch function to raise the windows is gone (I tried the reteach but no luck). Did I blow a module up? HELP!!!!! Scott
  17. My 2000 2.7 with 130K stick has been hard to start every time I fuel up lately. I have a new fuel cap (OEM). Any ideas? Scott
  18. Thank you Loren. Time for another contribution. Scott
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