Foreword

The workshop documentation for the Boxster model has the designation "Boxster" Technical Manual and contains Technical Information as well as instructions on Repairs.

The integration of the technical information published in the "Boxster" Technical Manual with the descriptive matter on repairs provides the user with a complex reference work that combines into one book associated or cross-referenced material of relevance to workshops and originating from various information media.

The "Boxster" Technical Manual consists of 15 folders, subdivided into the following Groups

0 Entire vehicle - General

0 Diagnosis, part 2 (as of Repair Group 69) *2

2 Fuel, exhaust, engine electronics

3 Transmission, manual transmission

3 Transmission, automatic transmission

4 Running gear

5 Body

6 Body equipment, exterior

7 Body equipment, interior 8/9 Air conditioning / Electrics

9 Circuit diagrams, part 1 (up to and including the '99 model) *5

9 Circuit diagrams, part 2 (as of the '00 model) *6

The two folders with Group 0 are to be regarded as one folder; i.e. file the "Technical Information" notices only in front of the repair descriptions in the folder "Group 0 - Diagnosis, part 1"

*2 The second folder "Group 0 - Diagnosis, part 2" (as of Repair Group 69) includes the further

*3 The two folders with Group 1 are to be regarded as one folder; i.e. file the "Technical Information" notices only in front of the repair descriptions in the folder "Group 1 - Engine, part 1" (up to

*4 The second folder "Group 1 - Engine, part 2" (as of Repair Group 15) includes the further Repair Groups belonging to Group 1.

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* The two folders with Group 9 are to be regarded as one folder; i.e. file the 'Technical Information" notices only in front of the repair descriptions in the folder "Group 9 - Circuit diagrams, part 1" (up to the '99 model).

*6 The second folder "Group 9 - Circuit diagrams, part 2" (as of the '00 model) includes the further The "Boxster" Technical Manual has the same structure in each folder, with the following breakdown for Title page, "Boxster" Technical Manual

Title page: "Technical Information"

> Table of Contents, Technical information

Title page: "Repair"

> Repair Groups: overview

> Table of Contents, repairs

> General / technical data

> Instructions on repairs

As can be seen from the breakdown, the published Technical Information is in the front part of each folder - numbered according to the Groups. The Table of Contents assigned to each Group will be periodically updated.

Following the Technical Information, separated by a title page, the instructions on repairs - assigned according to the Groups or broken down into Repair Groups - are included in the folder.

The instructions on repairs will be extended and updated by means of supplements.

Note

Sheets that already exist in the "Boxster" Technical Manual and are updated or revised and thereby exchanged by a supplement are designated "Replacement sheet". Revisions or technical modifications on pages of these replacement sheets are identified for the user with a vertical bar at the margin.

Foreword

VORW.CHP Printed in Germany - 34, October 1999

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