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  1. 3M has a 2 part panel bond that is available at most auto parts stores as well. I use to get panel bond from a automotive paint supply place here until I found it at Autozone. You can even use it to mold pieces with clay from any local craft shop. . If you have the broken piece, clean both edges (Wax and grease remover works well) or if needed score both edges to get a better adhesion. Take and mix the epoxy. I like using smaller batches and mixing on a body filler scraper. Use a backer as well. 3M provides a small screen patch with the epoxy. After applying epoxy let cure. I usually wait at least 24 hours without touching or moving the part. This would include not driving. I've used this method on motorcycle fairings that were in pieces. It works.
  2. Very helpful and easy to do. I did not have to take the wheels off though. Didn't look like the previous owner cleaned the radiator up at all. I had to change both horns for inspection so I cleaned her up while the front was off. Lots of debris. Also to those in Maryland, having the airbag light on will not fail the vehicle.
  3. Hi, I got a 1999 boxster and need the radio code cdr-220 type: 4462 sn: x5038039 48/98 Thanks
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