2001 Porsche Boxster Q&A
2001 Porsche Boxster Question: CLUTCH
Clutch life totally depends on driving habits and driving conditions. Oil leaks or random mechanical failure of the clutch components can result in a shortened clutch life, but I would expect to get 100,000 miles from a clutch under "normal" driving conditions. - patrick mannion
IT ALL DEPENDS ON YOUR SHIFTING FROM ONE GEAR TO ANOTHER THE BOXSTER HAS A VERY STRONG CLUTCH - Visitor
Extremely appreciated, for your reply.... I purchase 17 months ago, a 2001 boxter with just 36K miles / 1 owner . . .a ''ladies''' shopping car (wealthy family) just hit the 43K mark now...it's reassuring to know, that I 'should get' at least 60 - 70K as I don't push the car to extremes. - -Thank you Autotachpat. - Visitor
Car only has 17,000 miles and is in excellant shape. The clutch engages properly and does not slip. Just the free play at the top feels stiff almost like it...
how difficult is it to do a clutch job on a 2001 boxer
My 1998 Boxster slips in forward and revrse gears to the extent that the car will not move. Is there any repairs that can be done ?
...u'll hear CHUNK (sometimes soft, sometimes louder) and most times you won't. I am careful with clutch engagement, I don't dump the clutch. It does it only when shifting between 1st and 2nd gear. I...
...th a manual transmission. If this problem is encountered, proper operation of shift cables and clutch should be verified before any other repairs are attempted.