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Fisenko

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    Porsche 996tt
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    Bmw m3
    Bmw m5
  1. so another issue with the Porsche if anyone could chime in that would be great. fixed the car after it was in am accident took it down the road first couple times it pulled great no issues at all, after fourth or fifth time giving it some gas at 4k rpms engine cuts off as if traction control is kicking in, but under 4k it drives great, check engine light came on and it came up with p1341 code which is the camshaft bank one code, alot of people are writing that it could be loose wires or bad wire or the actuator which im willing to check. my problem is i have no clue where the sensor is so i can check the wires and what not, if someone has had this issue or could point me in the right direction i would very greatly appreciate it.
  2. I'll try getting a new sensor and changing it, the car did stand around for a while after it got into the accident so I guess it's worth a shot.
  3. so i just purchased a 2001 996tt local on craigslist, bought the car damaged and fixed it up, now trying to get the little quirks fixed and taken care of before i get it on the road. my issue is the low oil pressure light, after the car sits and idles for about 15 minutes the low oil pressure light randomly turns on and the moment i rev the rpm past 1k rpms the low oil pressure light goes away instantly. the weird part about it is, that the oil pressure on the gauge isnt going down, it stays at a pretty constant 2 bar, if anyone has a input on this or a personal experience i would greatly appreciate it.
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