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i bought a used 2006 987 boxster and I want to see if my lights were acting normally. whenever i put my low beams on with the car on or off, the parking lights and front side markers come on also. I cannot seem to figure out how to just get the low beams on without the parking lights and side markers. Is this normal or do I have a lighting issue?
I have a 2006 boxster with 53,000 miles on it that just passed state inspection about a couple months ago. I bought it used earlier this year and it has always had an off center steering wheel. The car does not pull right unless i put the wheel straight. No vibration or sounds at all but the mechanic I brought it to says the inner and outer tie rods need to be replaced with an alignment. Does anything think they would be wrong and it would just need an alignment or could something else be wrong with no vibration, no pulling and no noise? If they are right, is it dangerous to drive on?
Thank's very much. I'm new to Porsche and quickly realizing it is quite a bit different from all the japanese cars I've owned.
Got a 2006 987 Boxster two weeks ago and this past weekend was my first longer drive (275 miles). The day after (and after a fill up), the first startup of the day was a puff of white smoke from the exhaust for about 15 seconds. This didn't look like your typical condensation vapor. There was a faint smell of gas that also went away after about 15 seconds. Throughout the day nothing at all and the next day the same thing. I drove it back home (another 275 miles and other fill up) and the following day nothing at all besides an even more faint gas smell. No change in power, no rough idle, no warning lights, no drop in coolant levels or leaks that i can see. Also no spatter in the engine compartment of liquids. Could it be a clog in the fuel line that was pushed out, bad gas the first time or something else?