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Old 06-01-2012, 04:01 PM   #1
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Hard to find part -Looking for help

My 2000 Boxster has a broken driver side seat height adjustment lever. I have spent considerable time online looking for a replacement but without luck. Any suggestions where I could find one?

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Thank you, I'll give them a try.
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I really enjoy this forum. Everyone is helpful and I rarely see any of the snarky comments that pervade most forums; regardless of topic. Thanks again.
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Are you sure it's the lever? My seat wouldn't adjust, though the lever moved freely. It turned out that the strut was bad. I picked one up from a local dismantler and that took care of the problem.
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They had it, responded and shipped quickly. -Thanks again
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Are you sure it's the lever? My seat wouldn't adjust, though the lever moved freely. It turned out that the strut was bad. I picked one up from a local dismantler and that took care of the problem.
It was the lever. I pulled it off and it was cracked.

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