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In answer to replacing the Boxster rear window; Yes, very simple; go to your nearest Mercedes dealership and buy any of their models. Your local junk yard may offer you some money for your Boxster, but I doubt it.
To close the top, the parking brake must be engaged and the ignition in the ON position. Assuming that these conditions are met, you can close the top manually if needed. The procedure involves (1) removing key, (2) removing convertible top link covers, (3) gently prying conv top lid links on both side, (4) lifting the conv top lid to open position, (5) gently prying the red links off, and (6) finally manually lifting the top to the closed position.
Before taking such measures, if you do not hear the motors, check the B6 and D3 relays. You might also want to check the microswitch on the top/center windshield frame.
Use a test light and re-check fuses again on both sides of each fuse. Check fuse layout sheet inside fuse cover and look for a common fuse for the circuits you have described as now being faulty. This should be the cause...
hi remove two back wheels and wheel arch liner the spark plugs will be in front of you remove the wire plug on the coil pack remove two allen key studs hold on coil pack pull out get plug spanner you know the rest oh yea you can buy the plugs prespace for porsche boxster enjoy about 1hrs work
The drain plugs under the rear convertable top sometimes get clogged with debris. When these drain plugs get clogged the water will run into the car and flood the floor boards. The best way to get to the drain plugs is to open the top halfway. Then walk to the rear of the car and look under where the rear top covered. There is are two drain plugs that are above each rear wheel well.