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  2. Anyone could have hooked up anything to this circuit; people do the damnedest things to electrical systems. Without looking at it, it is impossible to know.
  3. I had a good look in the boot wiring can see nothing obvious. Would an aftermarket stereo be linked into this. The wiring is abit all over behind there but when I pull the fuse on the stereo the drain doesn’t drop. Also. I have noted that the frunk and boot lights to not light at all. Could this be linked??
  4. What year is your 996? You may need to check the injector and coil signal with a scope. If those are normal, then it's likely a mechanical issue such as a bad lifter.
  5. Yes compression is good on all .All about 210 psi but # 6 a little weaker at 195 and plug shows a bit of oil .The codes are p0300 and p0304 . Miss fire clears up at higher rpm I have not done leak down test
  6. What are the cam deviations, FRA and RKAT on each bank? Just a sanity check...
  7. Have you performed any compression and leak down tests? What are the exact error codes?
  8. This is a Reoccurring issue I’ve had it keeps coming back always #4 .I have changed plugs/coils /Maf / injectors/ each time I change out a part it runs great and in a month or so cel on again
  9. A healthy reading should be less than 1 / second square at idle (after fully warmed up). Have you tried replacing your sparks plugs and coils? You can swap the coil with another cylinder and see if the misfire follows the coil. Did you just get the car with this problem or the problem just developed recently.
  10. I have a miss fire # 4 in rough running cylinder #4 is higher then the rest but not sure what reading is . All cylinders are about the same low # but #4 is 10 to 13
  11. Yes, you can monitor misfires on each cylinder in real-time. Also read FRA and RKAT (fuel trims) on both banks.
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  13. I think he is saying this red clip. I also have the same problem and was looking for a solution but didn't think of the red clip. I bought one a while back. Can't try it as my box is in shop but will try it when I have it back home. Suncoast Porsche Parts & Accessories The Red Clip (Alarm System) WWW.SUNCOASTPARTS.COM Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
  14. Top fully retracted. Windows down 4". Light illuminated. Window control allows down only. My 97 base Boxster does same.
  15. OK...ordered my durametric....coming next week!! From what I can tell I will be able to see a graph and value for Banks 1 and 2 cam deviation. Any other things I should be looking for?? V
  16. Dear all, I wonder if anyone has successfully retrofitted a genuine auto light switch along with enabling of such also to a 2008 957 Cayenne. I have the switch, the car has a windscreen light sensor and wiring to the switch connector, but I cannot enable the auto light switch using VCDS. Any advice from those who have managed this would be gratefully received. Thank you.
  17. Welcome to RennTech For a first timer. I would recommend disconnecting the battery.
  18. Take the system up to at least 18 PISG, that is where it normally runs, so if anything is gong to fail at that pressure, might as well be in the shop.
  19. I have no manual for my cdr23 which has no sound but the display says FM FIX any ideas please Mark
  20. Hello folks ! just bought a 993 c4 a lot of fun !!! no card for my BECKER CDR-21. Can someone give me a code ? serial is V5009795 thanks
  21. You may want to try e-gas recalibration first since it's easy and free. Do you have Durametric?
  22. Stealer quoted me $1400 for new Porsche regulator and installation. Having read this forum and doing research, I decided to bite the bullet and have them do the job. I am not a wealthy man, but the last thing I need right now is one more PIA. I have learned over the years that there are some things I can do to save money, and some things I have to throw in the towel and pay the piper. This is my daily driver, and I want it back on the road. I have very little free time, unfortunately not enough to make this a DIY for me. I have an appointment with dealer on April 30. They will provide a loaner for me, as I live 70 miles away from them. Either I roll with the big dogs or stay on the porch. Guess in this instance I will be with the big dogs.
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