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Bill F

Part Number For Oil Fill Tube

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I have a 99 boxster and I need the part number for the oil fill tube. I need the section that bolts to the engine block.

Apparently 11 years of living in the heat of the engine compartment makes this plastic piece very brittle and it snapped off at the bend wher it bolts to the engine case.

TIA

Bill F.

Lexington KY.

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996.107.150.06 Oil tube -- US MSRP $29.47

I also suggest a new o-ring seal (item 16):

999.707.348.40 O-ring 42 x4 -- US MSRP $4.15

Use a small amount of silicone grease when installing the o-ring.

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Thanks Loren. I was going to replace the o-ring, as usual you and this group have been an invauluable resource.

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Bill F

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