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    Retired NYC Firefighter
    Boynton Beach Florida.
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  • Last Activity: Today 06:45 AM
  • Join Date: 11-02-2008

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  1. 12-13-2018 12:59 PM
    Randy - glad to hear it helped!

  2. 11-28-2018 04:11 PM
    Hi Randy - I have heard that it is simply held on with the adhesive trim tape. That means if you gently heat it a bit, and get a flat plastic wedge started under one end - it should come off. Only problem might be the foam tape likes to leave chunks behind that can be a PITA to clean up.

    Note - I have not done this.. but I do recall reading about it where people wanted to install the black trim piece in place of the stock silver colored one.

    Good luck! If you have a phone handy - a few pics of the process could be made into a nice DIY...
  3. jim010
    06-12-2018 03:27 PM
    I saw in your posts a photo of your interior that had the 'batwing' trim on the centre console with the heated seat switches and the 911 script. I have been looking for something like this, but only found the silver one or ones that say Boxster or Turbo. I don't suppose that you know the part number for the trim piece you have by any chance? Was it original equipment for your car?
  4. 05-26-2018 10:45 PM
    Hi Randy, I'm sure somewhere there is a technical service document about the drains. I know the dealers were told to remove the rubber drain goobers from the cowl drains to stop them from plugging up. Dunno where we might find it though. You might ask your dealer if they've removed them - if not - do so.
  5. 12-05-2017 08:39 PM
    Yes... and there will be about 100cc left over.

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