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Jojo Bonett

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    boxster S
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    mercs, fiat, toyota,honda, seat,ssangyong
  1. Hi, I am trying to confirm whether my CPS is faulty or not, since it seems that when the engine is warmed up this sensor goes bananas! (rough idle, sometime stalls and also limited revs :no more than 4500 rpm). also seeing a P0335 error code but n o light on the dash. Would appreciate it if I could know the ohm meter readings and also the pin configurations of Pins 1,2 & 3. Thanks in advance,
  2. Hi All, Been trying to find a pedal set for my RHD Boxster S, and eventually decided to do my own. So here goes and enjoy. The plate is 2.5mm stainless, then brushed it a bit to decrease the mirror finish. The black plastic rivets are purchased from 'Wurth' auto parts. You need to copy the curve on the clutch and brake pedals, and carefully, on a pipe you shall need to bend it accordingly. The foot rest and gas pedal are attached with self tapping screws, however the clutch and brake are bolted. all with countersunk heads. Do not do this fitting job after a meal!! Regards Jojo Bonett
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