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    1998 Porsche Boxster 986
  1. I have P0446 code. 1998 Porsche Boxster. I haven't tried to blow compressed air yet. But I am considering to replace the 'purge valve'. Has anyone done it and has photos? I am thinking the part labeled '1' in the document 986 DME 5.2 P0446.pdf where can I locate this valve? I have read somewhere that this can be accessed through the Engine compartment below the intake manifold. Is this correct? Photos would help I believe.. If I were to blow air into this line and to 'intake manifold' area, which connection from cannister should I blow compressed air?
  2. I have the same P0446 problem. Want to replace Evap Cannister purge value in page 1. The diagram shows it as part #1. Can somebody please tell me where it is in the car? If there is a picture associated with it, that would be great too. I have no clue where to look. the EVAP cannister housing is inside the wheel well I know. But part #1 which is at the other end going to intake manifold or something is what I am looking for.
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