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About jimalthoff

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  • Present cars
    2008 boxster
  • Future cars
    Cayenne S, 1979 911 SC
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    2009 Boxster
  1. Hi, sorry to hear about the water issue. I had a boxster that was totalled because water got into the car. I'm not aware of any drain inside the car. The hole that got clogged on my 986.2 was in the convertible well. When the top is up in the 'maintenance' position, you should see the drain (on the right side) of the well. When this gets clogged, the water spills into the car.
  2. Bosch FGR-6-KQE (7413), Beru 14 FGR-6 KQU, NGK BKR6EKUB (7969) - Beru Z129
  3. Based on all the info i have read, you can't determine the ims being used from an external examination. Only a tear down. It is pretty doubtful that a 2000 has a double row bearing since the majority were only placed in 1999. Also, if the engine was replaced, whatever ims bearing that was available at that time was used. So, it could be one of three types.
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