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How do I manually raise spoiler on my 2005 4s?

I am without an owners manual and I'd like to know how to raise the rear spoiler

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There's a toggle switch down by your leg

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SOURCE: 2004 Boxster - Rear Air Dam

There’s a rocker switch near the fuse box under the left side of the driver’s foot well to manually raise it and lower it for cleaning or to show this feature off to a buddy when the car’s in your garage. Good luck

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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SOURCE: HOE TO FOLD DOWN REAR SEATS

1 lift the front of the lower part of the seats, then fold the lower part front
2 remove the headrest and fold upper part front

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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SOURCE: my rear spoiler wont lift automatically or

my spolier for my 996 4s wont go down, does anyone know where the manual buton?

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SOURCE: car stood for over a week, unlocked via key in

Sounds like a bad battery. Do not lock or unlock the doors until you verify the battery is good. If the alarm was on when the battery went dead, you may not be able to open the bonnet to jump the battery. The 1999 Boxster does not have a red jumper post on the fuse box. You may need to hook a male-to-male cigarette lighter between the car and another car. Do not try to start the car with the cigarette lighter connect. When charged, you should be able to reset the alarm and open the bonnet. You may will need to reset your radio when the battery is replaced: http://www.a2dvoices.com/realitycheck/porsche/

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SOURCE: How do I manually raise

Look to right off accelerator pedal,on plastic panel you will see a rocker switch

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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There’s a rocker switch near the fuse box under the left side of the driver’s foot well to manually raise it and lower it for cleaning or to show this feature off to a buddy when the car’s in your garage. Good luck

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