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I discovered this site when I was researching what was required to add a hardtop to my x3Black '00/986. :) Good News: Found the info on "ppbb", and the top on eBay for a reasonable $1230. w/hardware, from a very helpful seller in Orlando Fl (TJ @Winter Park Imports)who installed the hardware/top gratis. :( Bad News: "Blakbox" would not run with the hardtop! Huh? Yep! Hard start, no rev's, idle along in "limp in" at 15mph/ 5 miles to Orlando Porsche! :) Good News: met service mgr. Jim, and a very sharp tech Sean who correctly surmised,(later confirmed by diagnostic scan), that the potentiometer/throttle body had failed. :D Best News?: covered by warranty, as was the rental car to get me 110 mi. home. Vehicle fixed overnight! :clapping: Thanks to all at Orlando Porsche, and to ALL techs and service personnel who commit themselves to continuing education and provide such professional customer satisfaction. So Tool Pants, how did the hardtop kill the ttl.body?... just kidding!

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