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  • Present cars
    2006 911 C4
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    2003 Boxster
  1. I had an 03 Boxster that stalled and died with a large gray mushroom cloud hanging over it - ended up being the AOS - not too costly as I recall but it was pretty traumatic!
  2. Heavy rain all day and car misfired - better now since things dried out but the CEL codes that are in the ECU currently are P0300 Random/Multiple Misfire. P0301 Cylinder 1 Misfire and P0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire. The technician checked readings from the Mass Air Flow sensor and Oxygen Sensors during his diagnostics and takes that in account. If the Mass Air Flow was not with in spec. then that would point to some thing wrong with that sensor. Those readings were accurate. Shop wants 1000 for new plugs, coils - seems in line with what other paid but no guarantee that will fix it according to tech. Given rain I assume coils are bad but we shall see....
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