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i have a 986 boxster 2001 and this 2 pieces got broke can someone tell me where i can find it, or just the part number thanks for you help

this 2 pieces are for the roof to open and close by it self...

thanks

Phillip

i have a 986 boxster 2001 and this 2 pieces got broke can someone tell me where i can find it, or just the part number thanks for you help

this 2 pieces are for the roof to open and close by it self...

thanks

Phillip

i have a 986 boxster 2001 and this 2 pieces got broke can someone tell me where i can find it, or just the part number thanks for you help

this 2 pieces are for the roof to open and close by it self...

thanks

Phillip

I believe the part# is 986 561 279 02 (push rod). I also think I may have read somewhere else that this part may have been updated with a superior "ball socket" on it. JP

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i have a 986 boxster 2001 and this 2 pieces got broke can someone tell me where i can find it, or just the part number thanks for you help

this 2 pieces are for the roof to open and close by it self...

thanks

Phillip

i have a 986 boxster 2001 and this 2 pieces got broke can someone tell me where i can find it, or just the part number thanks for you help

this 2 pieces are for the roof to open and close by it self...

thanks

Phillip

i have a 986 boxster 2001 and this 2 pieces got broke can someone tell me where i can find it, or just the part number thanks for you help

this 2 pieces are for the roof to open and close by it self...

thanks

Phillip

I believe the part# is 986 561 279 02 (push rod). I also think I may have read somewhere else that this part may have been updated with a superior "ball socket" on it. JP

thanks so much for you help, been looking on ebay for that name but is not the piece i need

thanks

Phillip

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thanks so much for you help, been looking on ebay for that name but is not the piece i need

thanks

Phillip

The above is the correct part number that corresponds to the picture you posted. It is also the latest, no upgrades beyond that.

There is another part with the same name in the roof mechanism so go by the number not the name.

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thanks so much for you help, been looking on ebay for that name but is not the piece i need

thanks

Phillip

The above is the correct part number that corresponds to the picture you posted. It is also the latest, no upgrades beyond that.

There is another part with the same name in the roof mechanism so go by the number not the name.

thank you.

where i can find it ?

porsche dealer, any site on the internet ?

thanks for you help :thumbup:

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  • 3 months later...

Pretty much exactly what you would expect something called a push rod to do.... haha. Its connected to the transmissions and the main bow. When you push the cabtop button, the push arms turn the motion of the transmissions into movement of the top.

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