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About aridgecko

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    2003 996 C4 Cabrio
  1. JFP, Thank you for the reply. I did not run the deviation, but I did lock in place and have subsequently checked and was able to insert the locking tool in place on both 1-3 and 4-6 after running the engine. I have durametric reader on the way at this time....a little late I guess. I failed to mention that I am not getting CEL nor any fault codes on my reader. Thanks, Randy
  2. Hello to all - On my 2003 996 C4, all 6 of the coils read 0.9 to 1.0 ohms, I see this is outside the range, but because it was consistent across all 6, I thought in not a problem. What do you think. I am not able to idle at all in it's current state, but I do not know whether it is spark, fuel or something else. It ran fine before I pulled the engine for IMS bearing upgrade, so the rough idle could certainly be as a result of something else I fouled up during the IMS repair, but at this time, simply wondering if 0.9 to 1.0 is unusual enough to be causing the engine not to idle. Side note: i
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