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  1. Brake pad change Was checking my brake pads the other day so thought I’d make a video how to guide for changing your pads yourself. You may think that working on brakes yourself is too dangerous in case you get it wrong and have a crash. Well, obviously don't attempt anything you're not confident on but here's a video that shows you how how simple it is and could save you a few hundred pounds at the dealers. Let me know your thoughts! https://youtu.be/fyNn_C63eMc I’ve a 2001 986 Boxster S but this guide should be the same for the 987,996 & 997 as they all share
  2. Okay, as mentioned in other thread I'll build a howto for novices like myself. Post your contributions below and I'll update his post along the way, I expect to execute the work over Christmas/New Year Kit needed: Jack 2 Tonne Axle stands Screwdriver Wheel wrench Draining Material needed: Pads Disks Brake fluid (type?) Isopropyl alcohol (recommended by Pelican parts) --- Bugger, out of time, will update tomorrow.
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