i need some advice on this subject. i have googled extensively and read lots , but hopefully someone on here here has direct advice.
my nephew and I have two Boxters, one accident damaged and one flood damaged.
We are close to abandoning this project and want to consider breaking for parts.
each car has the 3.2 litre engine. each are pre 2004, which puts them in the age bracket for intermediate shaft problems.
Google has informed me that there were several modifications to this before it was sorted.
I cannot imagine anyone even considering buying an engine from me without knowing if it it runs, or indeed runs well.
The loom in the flood damaged car is knackered apparently
We have a blank ecu which can be programmed to either car, by a competent person.
to get the damaged car running would not be impossible, as it ran before, and is stored indoors.
even if it was running , who can give an opinion on its intermediate shaft?
to get the water damaged one running is an uphill task, i such a person exists ,he would need to patch up the loom to get the engine running.