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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
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    1999 boxster

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  1. Mine did the same. Thought I needed a new cap after getting the newest rev just a few months prior. It was the coolant bleeder assembly. The neck which is secured using 10,000 hex bolts and connects the flippy handle to the tank itself had a crack along the inner seal. Pelican sent me a new assembly for just the bleeder valve and all is well.
  2. I have the same problem. You can take the seat apart and repaint that way, or try to blend As apparently this shade is a pretty good match. I'll be doing it soon and will post how it turns out.
  3. I disconnected the neck of the oil filler tube from the coolant tank itself without ever separating the oil tube at the trunk wall. Made it easier to get back in
  4. 1999 boxster non-s. I realize OP has a 987, however I experience and hear the same symptoms and noise. Thanks for the input
  5. Hi Loren, Just was doing some work and needed to reset cluster. Now, I need a radio code (not in the PO stash of papers). My SN: w5003030 I've tried 8850, 8851, 8853, 8855 to no avail. Could I get a code? Thanks
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