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  1. 987 online Workshop Manuals... S (987) F6-3.2L (2005) (987) F6-2.7L (2006) S (987) F6-3.4L (2008) (987) F6-2.9L (2010)
  2. Starter motor is making the strange whine every once in a while when starting. I’ve looked everywhere online but cannot find a decent guide on accessing it. Plenty around for the 986 but not 987.1 thanks
  3. Was a lovely day. Came out of the coffee shop with my son. Popped the release lever/handle in the roof and hit the button. Managed to not pop the lever/handle enough and the roof didn't seem to want to move much. Stupidly I persevered and next there was a loud snap. Turns out I've snapped both of the push rod ends. I heard that Porsche only sell the full arm with the end, so ordered some new ends off eBay. Couldn't find metal ones, so have just gone plastic again. Managed to get the old ends off ok. Access to the arms/ends is a bit fiddly but doable. Anyone h
  4. Glovebox Removal - Performed on 2006 987 Boxster (Gen 1 or 987.1)NebulaOdyssey on BoXa.net BoXa profile Tools: 5/32” Allen Key (Hex)Torx T-25Torx T-20Old credit/debit/loyalty type card Steps: First you will need to remove the left side panel of the centre console. Use this guide if you need help with this step http://www.planet-9....removal-29.html Next, remove the cup holder. This has two hex screws visible from underneath when the glovebox is in the open position. I used an Allen Key as there is not much vertical height to fit a tool. Behind the cup holder there are two torx screws. The
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