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GRotvik

07 Boxster Door Panel Removal

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I am looking for general instructions for removing the door panels of my 2007 Boxster. I was able to find some help for 986's but not a 987.

Thanks,

Greg

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1. Carefully lever out trim panel for mirror triangle using plastic wedge and pull upwards.

2. Press electrical plug connection and pull off the plug.

3. Remove trim panel for mirror triangle.

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4. Remove lever for door opener.

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5. Release and remove the door trim panels.

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6. Undo fastening screws and remove door panel (as shown).

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7. Disconnect electrical plug connections.

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8. Removing actuating cable for door lock.

Unlock fastening clip of actuating cable for door lock 1 by pressing the locking hook A and disengage from the guide slot B.

Swivel pin 2 of actuating cable to the right by 90° C and disengage.

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Installing is the reverse - but be sure and check for broken/missing plastic clips around the door panel edge.

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GRotvik, what are you planning to do? Do tell! :)

I'm replacing the non leather door pocket lid and door grab handle with the factory leather parts. Thank you for the diagrams! They are much appreciated.

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GRotvik, what are you planning to do? Do tell! :)

I'm replacing the non leather door pocket lid and door grab handle with the factory leather parts. Thank you for the diagrams! They are much appreciated.

I was interested in where you got those items. I want to change out my (2005) door speakers & might as well do the door pocket & door handle too. Thanks for the inspiration!

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GRotvik, what are you planning to do? Do tell! :)

I'm replacing the non leather door pocket lid and door grab handle with the factory leather parts. Thank you for the diagrams! They are much appreciated.

How did it turn out? Was it a difficult job? Where did you buy them from and how much did they run you? I had a loaner Cayman S the other day while my Boxster was in for service and I really liked this leather trim. Any information you can provide would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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