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      I guess we in a similar boat then :D. Good to...

      I guess we in a similar boat then :D. Good to know.
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      My question(s) is about the SERVICE indicator. ...

      My question(s) is about the SERVICE indicator. When should it trigger on start up? I thought it was 2000km/1000miles until 0. I noticed a few weeks ago even though its at service due at 400 it...
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      Random, but check your coolant flange for a...

      Random, but check your coolant flange for a source on the coolant leak. It's on the driver's side of the engine and your coolant temp sensor is connected to it. Very common source for a coolant...
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      Thanks Max. I was thinking of swapping the...

      Thanks Max. I was thinking of swapping the thermostat and while its out peeking at the condition of the water pump. Sadly might have to take it to the shop since I don't have space to do such...
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      I guess I'll try here first. This is regarding a...

      I guess I'll try here first. This is regarding a funky temp gauge. I noticed the very tip of my temp needle is a tiny bit to the right on the center tick once its warmed up. Depending how long...
    6. Some think it might also act as an extra brace...

      Some think it might also act as an extra brace for support of some sort. I might be using the wrong terms, but that's why the 180 also has it. Others think it does simply nothing being there.
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      I experienced one of those a few years ago when I...

      I experienced one of those a few years ago when I went to Alaska. There was a long tunnel in a mountain that I believe was only one lane. I think the timer was even longer, 15 minutes or so.
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      I'll probably just attend like I usually do,...

      I'll probably just attend like I usually do, unsure which day. Was planning on getting chipped this year but might hold on for a bit.
    9. See if any information in this thread might help...

      See if any information in this thread might help you. Seems some find it could be a faulty comfort control module (CCM). I was hoping it was just a simple fuse for you like it was with me, even...
    10. There is also an emergency trunk release button...

      There is also an emergency trunk release button between your seats to gain access to the trunk. I'm not sure what needs to be removed on a Roadster to gain access to it.

      Not to long ago I had a...
    11. I would check your fuses to see if any are blown...

      I would check your fuses to see if any are blown if you haven't already. Can you open your trunk via the keyfob? There should be a backup release cable to get the fuel door open inside the trunk. ...
    12. Here's a random one I just searched for that...

      Here's a random one I just searched for that mentions it. DaveB1970 seemed like the brake guru on the subject from what I gathered. I had an email with him with some information that I cannot find...
    13. I'm not sure if you misunderstood what I meant by...

      I'm not sure if you misunderstood what I meant by this. I wasn't referring to swapping those parts out due to stripping out easily. The calipers on the Boxster is rearward on the rotor and for us...
    14. Did you swap cross-tubes and bleeder valves...

      Did you swap cross-tubes and bleeder valves around on the calipers? I thought it was necessary due to the calipers having a smaller/bigger piston and the original orientation on the Boxster compared...
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      Yes they made the change from the ball/socket to...

      Yes they made the change from the ball/socket to a pin style. The bushings are only for the pin style linkage (the 42DD link). You'd need to swap your pieces out for the pin style to be able to use...
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      That's not for our cars. That's for a MK1 GOLF...

      That's not for our cars. That's for a MK1 GOLF etc, not the TT.

      You have very different options for our cars. You can get the shifter bracket bushings. Verdict Motorsports, FFE (Forced Fed...
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      Is there any access behind the panel in the trunk?

      Is there any access behind the panel in the trunk?
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      Ya, forget what I said then since it applies to...

      Ya, forget what I said then since it applies to the coupe. Didn't know you had the roadster so you'll most likely have to replace it. Does a socket fit on there?
    19. N10226601 should be for the round plugs. Might...

      N10226601 should be for the round plugs. Might also fall under the superseded part 1K0899185. There are a few sizes pending where they are located though.
    20. I'm not sure if these are the ones you are...

      I'm not sure if these are the ones you are looking for? They run right under the side skirt. Seems to run around $1.50 each.

      8N0853586A
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