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Boxster Project 37: Transmission Removal

Anyone got any questions on Project 37 - Transmission Removal for your 986 Boxster, 987 Boxster, Cayman, Carrera 996, or Carrera 997?

Here's a back link to the original article: Pelican Technical Article: 37-TRANS-Drop

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Old 12-31-2009, 04:10 PM
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Wayne, the PDF contains pages A21, A23, A25, and A27 of section 37 skipping the even pages and some steps.

Can you post the even pages?

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Hi, Great source of info. I have a 99 boxster and going to drop the trans and do IMS and RMS and then replace a solenoid in bank 2. Want to be sure I can turn crank shaft to tdc with trans removed because I will be doing so in checking cam timing after I do the solenoid replacement I'm leaving the trans out to give me more room until all is completed. I also noticed I have no heat shield near the shift cables which called for removal in your DIY. Do some boxsters not have them or is mine missing. Was going to replace chain ramp while I have the cover off, do the cams have to come out to replace the ramp or can it be done with cams left in. Thanks vin
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