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About paulalincs

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    lincolnshire
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  • Present cars
    Porsche Boxster S 3.2
    2004
  • Former cars
    VXR corsa
  1. i think the secondhand cable cost £100.00 plus fitting at £90 per hour (about 1.5 hours labour) so quite costly....but hey you own a porsche :)
  2. Hiya I am in the UK and this happened to my Boxster last year. The cable had snapped hence it not opening. I got a secondhand one fitted at a garage. There is a pulley under the bumper area but the garage wanted 1.5 hours labour just to release this pulley but this wouldnt fix my problem so I chose to get the cable fixed rather than pay to have the boot released. I hope this helps - ps google porsche boxster boot release diagram as Im sure it will bring the diagram up :)
  3. thanks chaps ! ive attached a piccy to show the area (the dark patch) Im off on holiday later so will read your replies when I get back. I will in the meantime put paper on floor to see if its coming from above whilst Im away. (dont think its from above as we have had no rain in past 5 weeks since I bought the car). hmmmm - how do attach a piccy?
  4. oooops forgot to say - ive had it 4 weeks now and it hasnt rained so cannot be from bad weather :)
  5. I have recently purchased this car - which is ruddy fantastic however the drivers carpet is wet? It was valeted when I bought it and took a week to dry out - hood down, heater on etc...but a small section of carpet has never dried? Its only the size of a 10 pence ? It obviously had mats but they were removed before I purchased it and it has a hole to fit mats (if that makes sense?) its in this small section that is wet. (where the mat should be clipped down? Any ideas?
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