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  3. Anyone any ideas? Wanted to try to fix it today (US holiday - Veteran's day). I can't find a diagram of the vacuum system to see where to test what the problem is.
  4. Yes the half cover is all in place and looks perfect. Over the weekend I dried the inside carpets and put down blue paper in the foot well to investigate where the water came in. I also dried the pollen filter replaced and put everything back together. Over night having heavy rainfall the inside of the car had no leaks on the footwell at all. I took off the plastic cover plate over the pollen filter and it was wet again with water sitting in the housing below but not quite up to the fan hole so no water had come inside. its definitely water dripping onto the filter from above but do not see why as everything looks right , it's never done this before . I have reassembled everything without the pollen filter but replaced with blue paper to see where the water is coming from, but I think I'm pretty sure already just don't know why? Very annoying 😡 The front drains are all clear and running fine Thankyou for help so far
  5. Is the gray soft plastic flap which is attached on the wiper motor/mechanism cover, and protect the filter/air intake for water infiltration still present?
  6. Hi, just moved from my 986 to a 987 but issues with stereo (CDR-24). Red light blinking on right. Checked fuse but ok. On pitting it back in, sometimes stereo fires up and is ok for journey then nothing. When just red blinking light, no other illumination which makes me think a definite power issue. Any pointers? I don’t have a manual so anything i can check/wiring would be great. Cheers.
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  8. My PSE is stuck in loud mode. 🙂 While this isn’t a bad problem, I would like to be able to make it quiet for calls etc. I pulled off the vacuum line before the changeover and can’t perceive any vacuum at idle. I’ve also checked at the input to the switchover for the airbox resonator. Same no perceivable vacuum. I assume this isn't that normal? Where does the vacuum come from? The vacuum pipe seems to head to the front of the car rather than to the vacuum pipe on the engine? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Many thanks for the suggestions. I put it back together and so far no new leaks. So I think it was leaking out of the plenum seals, I assume that was because the Indy shop didn’t put them back right. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Mark, Did they say why? Too much pushrod play? Spoiler is electric. Bellows broken or leaks? Just trying to lighten your wallet? What caused the ABS light? Elves? Do they have PIWIS or Durametric?
  11. Thankyou Loren , the front drains were blocked , would this fill and then gonas high to then go into the pollen filter housing ? Hopefully thus is what caused the problem . We will see. thankyou
  12. Cam solenoid bolt is a 94mm. Could it be from the back of the power steering pump?
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  14. Hi Roch, was it successful in the end? I have a leaky driver side and trying to find some instructions to remove front pillar so I can get access to check the drain tubes. thanks for you help. Ryan
  15. Very weird, but possible if car driven in cold country with rock salt on roads for melting ice. Where are you located? Ever hose off underneath chassis and up into suspension? That said, not sure if water from garden hose would even get up in there. High pressure hose with car up on rack maybe. Good luck with all this...better stay off the track until replacement accomplished.
  16. What has your Porsche Service Center said in regards to the rust... No question the rust is extreme, are you sure the shocks are original equipment? I think you'll have to suck it up and have the shocks replaced at your expense. There's always associated cost with owning any car, let alone a Porsche. Wayne Dempsey's book "101 projects for your Porsche" says you could spend up to $3,000 and 20 hours to replace the shocks, bushing, tie rods, , sway bar and associated hardware. If you're a DIY hands on it might be a good project. Dempsey's book would would walk you through the task.
  17. I'm the 2nd owner and can guaranty you that it is in a perfect condition since 2007 when I bought it and all services have been made by a Porsche center.
  18. Liberato, I think your expectations are rather high... Porsche can't be responsible for how a 15 year plus car has been maintained. Are you the original owner, or have you just recently purchased the car? Either way I think your observation is correct, replace the shocks. Looks like a nice car, enjoy it...
  19. Hello, Do you know if this is a normal behavior that the front suspension has this level of corrosion with an high risk to break? I wrote a complaint letter to Porsche but just received a ridicoulous response. Shell we wait for a fatal accident before a manufacturer take its responsibilities in terms of road safety? Looks like similar situation as the issue with the floor mat retainer. I had to pay to resolve the issue where this should be a manufacturer responsibility to recall all affected cars. Kind Regards, Liberato
  20. Great job Loren ! I got in my car tonight and entered code and my music is now flowing again !
  21. Hi has anyone here ever experienced or noticed that there pollen/cabin filter is absolutely soaked and the fan housing filling with water and running into the interior making the front footwell carpet wet? It's a new one to me and it's never done it before. Any help welcome please . thankyou
  22. I used to get this fault if the car had been stood for a week or so, once the car had been used for a few miles if you switched the car off and back on again the fault disappeared. I found as time went on it was happening more often and I decided to change the Battery, once the battery was changed I had no more issues during the warm Summer months. Now that we are experiencing colder temperatures overnight every time I use the car I get the fault again and after a few short miles if I stop and start the car again it disappears until the next start the following day after been parked overnight. Anybody got any experience of this themselves and if so what was the fix?
  23. Only using a cheap wifi OBD2 scanner and an iOS app, but not seeing any fault codes or getting a CEL
  24. I have a 1999 Porsche Boxter. I also did not know about the radio codes. I replaced the battery today. Now I have the WAIT on the display. Does anyone have the code for CDR 220 ,BE 4462, serial number W5005837 ? I would appreciate it very much. Any help to get the music flowing again. Thanks in advance for the help. Dario Villanueva
  25. Excessive crankcase vacuum is definitely a symptom of the AOS having failed. A couple of years ago, I made a homebrew manometer and captured the "inches of water" value. After the AOS failed, but I hadn't yet fully confirmed it was the AOS, I hooked up the manometer, and lickety-split, every inch of that water got sucked into the crankcase. I should have guessed that would happen but I stood there dumbfounded for a second then shut 'er down. Drained the oil. Replaced the AOS. Warmed up the car. Drained the oil again. A $120 for the extra oil change. Ugh.
  26. Have you checked for faults codes? The hissing does sound like a vacuum leak.
  27. Thought I'd give an update on this as I'm still struggling to diagnose/solve. Tried with the MAF disconnected. No change. Issue remains. Replaced the ICV with a new one and also pulled the throttle body and gave the entire thing a thorough cleaning. Idles cleaner generally, but still the same cold start problem. Did a major service and gave the car a set of new plugs and coils. Issue still there. I'm now running out of ideas The car sounds quite 'hissy' when it's first started so starting to wonder if there might be a vacuum leak somewhere that's causing the issue that the ECU is compensating for? The 'hissing' goes away when warm so could just be a cold start thing. No SAI on this car, if that makes a difference. Also get quite a bit of chain rattle on this car, would the tensioners coming up to pressure have anything to do with it? (doubt it, but worth asking!) Any other smart ideas before I start to think about taking it to a garage?
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