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Old 01-19-2006, 10:23 AM   #4
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I will agree with gRed04 saying that those problems are very small problems. If you feel that those are a big deal for you, you better fix them and sell you car and buy overpriced Toyota (Lexus). But there is another alternative, if you patient and calm, it is buying service manual, and start to explore you car, solving those nice and little problems. It really fun, then you fix it with your hands and brain. Majority of the people here take their car as a Lego toys but the grown up kids, it s a kinda hobby, and I am pretty sure that is not only related to the Boxsters, but for all Porsche cars. So relax, take a big breath, those problems happens. Buy the way, my window was cracked recently too, I bought several types of scotch tape and fix it. Good for now, I will solve later.
98 Porsche Boxster Red 55k
90 Toyota Camry Grey 229K
96 BMW Z3 80k
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