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Andrew D.

Rear Axle Cooling Scoops Underside Of Car

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I'm looking for the part number for the rear axle cooling scoops on the underside of a Boxster. One scoop sits on each side to help cool each half-axle. I believe this feature was introduced after 1999. Thanks!

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I'm looking for the part number for the rear axle cooling scoops on the underside of a Boxster. One scoop sits on each side to help cool each half-axle. I believe this feature was introduced after 1999. Thanks!

Andrew:

The two scoops (which I'm told is for directing air to cool the transmission) are part number 986 331 361 03.

Regards, Maurice.

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I'm looking for the part number for the rear axle cooling scoops on the underside of a Boxster. One scoop sits on each side to help cool each half-axle. I believe this feature was introduced after 1999. Thanks!

Andrew:

The two scoops (which I'm told is for directing air to cool the transmission) are part number 986 331 361 03. Regards, Maurice.

Maurice,

Thank you so much! Do you happen to know a source for a photo of the part? I want to be sure I'm ordering the correct part and I've been unable to find a pic of it anywhere. None of the diagrams I've seen clearly show what it is I'm looking for.

Andrew

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Maurice,

Thank you so much! Do you happen to know a source for a photo of the part? I want to be sure I'm ordering the correct part and I've been unable to find a pic of it anywhere. None of the diagrams I've seen clearly show what it is I'm looking for.

Andrew

Andrew:

Here you go (click on it to blow it up):

post-6627-027176300 1276656715_thumb.jpg

Note: If you don't already have them, you will also need two "male and female" plastic buttons. Let me know if you need the part numbers for those, I have them somewhere around here.

Regards, Maurice.

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Maurice,

Thank you so much! Do you happen to know a source for a photo of the part? I want to be sure I'm ordering the correct part and I've been unable to find a pic of it anywhere. None of the diagrams I've seen clearly show what it is I'm looking for.

Andrew

Andrew:

Here you go (click on it to blow it up):

post-6627-027176300 1276656715_thumb.jpg

Note: If you don't already have them, you will also need two "male and female" plastic buttons. Let me know if you need the part numbers for those, I have them somewhere around here.

Regards, Maurice.

Maurice,

Thank you! Those are the parts I'm looking for. You are a god. Also - Thanks for your offer on the plastic button part numbers. If you can find them without too much trouble, I'd greatly appreciate it.

Andrew

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Maurice,

Thank you so much! Do you happen to know a source for a photo of the part? I want to be sure I'm ordering the correct part and I've been unable to find a pic of it anywhere. None of the diagrams I've seen clearly show what it is I'm looking for.

Andrew

Andrew:

Here you go (click on it to blow it up):

post-6627-027176300 1276656715_thumb.jpg

Note: If you don't already have them, you will also need two "male and female" plastic buttons. Let me know if you need the part numbers for those, I have them somewhere around here.

Regards, Maurice.

Maurice,

Thank you! Those are the parts I'm looking for. You are a god. Also - Thanks for your offer on the plastic button part numbers. If you can find them without too much trouble, I'd greatly appreciate it.

Andrew

Maybe give Maurice a Rep point by clicking the plus add.png at the bottom right of his post?

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Maurice,

Thank you! Those are the parts I'm looking for. You are a god. Also - Thanks for your offer on the plastic button part numbers. If you can find them without too much trouble, I'd greatly appreciate it.

Andrew

Andrew:

The "push buttons" as Porsche calls them, are part numbers 999.507.774.40 and 999.507.775.40.

You need two of each (two males, two females), which end up as one pair on each side.

If they don't 'click" together when you install them on the scoops, you can use some black urethane adhesive sealant (Permatex makes a good one that is readily available at auto chain stores) to make sure they don't separate. beer.gif

Regards, Maurice.

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Maurice,

Thank you! Those are the parts I'm looking for. You are a god. Also - Thanks for your offer on the plastic button part numbers. If you can find them without too much trouble, I'd greatly appreciate it.

Andrew

Andrew:

The "push buttons" as Porsche calls them, are part numbers 999.507.774.40 and 999.507.775.40.

You need two of each (two males, two females), which end up as one pair on each side.

If they don't 'click" together when you install them on the scoops, you can use some black urethane adhesive sealant (Permatex makes a good one that is readily available at auto chain stores) to make sure they don't separate. beer.gif

Regards, Maurice.

Maurice,

Again, I thank you for going above and beyond!

Andrew

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Maurice,

Thank you so much! Do you happen to know a source for a photo of the part? I want to be sure I'm ordering the correct part and I've been unable to find a pic of it anywhere. None of the diagrams I've seen clearly show what it is I'm looking for.

Andrew

Andrew:

Here you go (click on it to blow it up):

post-6627-027176300 1276656715_thumb.jpg

Note: If you don't already have them, you will also need two "male and female" plastic buttons. Let me know if you need the part numbers for those, I have them somewhere around here.

Regards, Maurice.

Maurice,

Thank you! Those are the parts I'm looking for. You are a god. Also - Thanks for your offer on the plastic button part numbers. If you can find them without too much trouble, I'd greatly appreciate it.

Andrew

Maybe give Maurice a Rep point by clicking the plus add.png at the bottom right of his post?

Loren,

Thanks for the reminder! Consider it done.

Andrew

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On 6/15/2010 at 7:56 PM, 1schoir said:

Andrew:

Here you go (click on it to blow it up):

post-6627-027176300 1276656715_thumb.jpg

Note: If you don't already have them, you will also need two "male and female" plastic buttons. Let me know if you need the part numbers for those, I have them somewhere around here.

Regards, Maurice.

 

Hi Maurice

 

quick question what would be the use of the plastic piece makes in yellow? Is it the rear cover? I noticed the part is broken when I did the transmission fluid change the other day. The center part is missing and I only saw two broken plastic parts attached to each side of the screws. Do I need to replace it? 

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1 hour ago, Pigsypo said:

 

 

Hi Maurice

 

quick question what would be the use of the plastic piece makes in yellow? Is it the rear cover? I noticed the part is broken when I did the transmission fluid change the other day. The center part is missing and I only saw two broken plastic parts attached to each side of the screws. Do I need to replace it? 

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Yes.  Relatively cheap dealer item.

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12 hours ago, JFP in PA said:

 

Yes.  Relatively cheap dealer item.

 

Do you happen to have the p/n? I’ll call tomorrow. Thanks JFP.

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5 hours ago, Pigsypo said:

 

Do you happen to have the p/n? I’ll call tomorrow. Thanks JFP.

 

Not without the year and model as they are not all the same.  When you call the dealer, have your VIN handy and they will set you up.

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