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  1. :welcomeani:

     

    P000C - DME  DFI) control unit

     

    Possible fault causes
    - Dynamic driving style when oil level is near minimum (oil foaming)
    - Solenoid valve for hydraulic camshaft adjustment faulty (e.g. mechanical fault or dirt (oil circuit) )
    - Engine oil pressure too low (e.g. oil thinning, oil thickening, wrong oil quality, oil pressure control or oil pump faulty)
    - Camshaft adjustment faulty
    - Intake camshaft stuck

     


  2. 14 minutes ago, boxstermuscle said:

    I HAVE  BEEN CHASING A ALARM FAULT USING THE DURAMETRIC TOOL FOR AWHILE.I HAVE A 97 BOXSTER  I PUT TOGETHER IN 1998 AFTER BUYING IT AS A WRECK.IT WAS A METRO BLUE WHICH I CHANGED TO POLAR SILVER WHICH WAS THE BEST DECISION I EVER MADE.THE CAR WAS A ROLLOVER WITH 19 MILES COMING FROM THE DEALER.I LEARNED TREMENDOUSLY FROM THIS PROJECT.THE ONLY THING ISTHIS FAULT ASSOCIATED WITH THE DASH ALARM.I AM LOOKING TO CHANGE THIS SENSOR , IF ONLY I CAN OBTAIN A GOOD PART NUMBER.THIS SENSOR IS LOCATED ON THE MIDDLE DASH AT THE BOTTOM OF WINDSHIELD 

     

    What is the fault code. please?


  3. 1 hour ago, EKurt said:

    Hello! I Recently picked up an 02 Boxster S and the radio needs a code. Unfortunately the previous owner didn't have it nor was it anywhere on the car. 

    Serial No: 25013028 The pixels for the number 3 are messed up. so it might be 2 or something but the previous owner wrote this down in the past so I went off that

    CDR 220

     

    I appreciate any help!

    2019-10-30 11.54.jpg

     

    Try 9839

     

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