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Everything posted by bberryj
Thanks for the information. I think I will become a contributing member. I have Durametric cable and software and the shop manual (all 5000+ pages) on dvd, but this website has been extremely helpful. Folks who have “been there done that” are an invaluable resource. Thanks again.
Hi Lewis. Thanks for the info. My vehicle is a Carter's S. in mattehelers post he said it was his 2006 cs. I guess that was a Cayenne. I didn't pay attention to the forum I was in. Still nice of you to help. My bad.
bberryj replied to loki_ut's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)Any tips on removing the vent line? it's probably really simple but I can't really pull the canister up high enough to see. thanks
Hi Mattehlers. Do you happen to have part number for evap purge valve and location of the valve? Thanks
bberryj replied to bberryj's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)Hi Phunboy. Thanks for the response. This is where I get confused. My engine is an M97 but this part of the engine wasn't changed from m96 to m97. When I searched for the part number at ECS I got this message. I got the same message when searching for the part for the m96 engine or the m97 engine. The following results were found while searching the entire ECS Tuning product catalog. Products listed below do not contain any applications that match your selected vehicle. The parts shown below were found by comparing your search terms against the known OEM part number or internal ECS part number. Before proceeding be sure to use the SELECT YOUR VEHICLE drop down menu in the upper left corner or be sure to check the product application guide before adding an item to your cart. If you have any questions about your part selection or vehicle application please call or email our sales team at 1-800-924-5172 or email@example.com. Pelican Parts has a write up on replacing this part and this is what they say about the 997 models. If you have a 2005 or later 997 Carrera, Porsche has redesigned the tank ventilation system and eliminated many of the components and lines including the fuel line vent valve. According to all the how to videos that I have seen the part that you referenced is behind the front passenger side wheel liner, attached to the line coming out of the vapor canister. I also searched the parts catalog at Gaudin Porsche Parts emissions and fuel schematics for the part number and it is not there for a 2007 Carrera S or 2006 Carrera. Any chance it is a different part number/ The part you referenced is $364.12 at ECS Tuning. Does that sound right? Again I really appreciate you responding. Bill
2007 997.1. Carrera S Cabriolet After I refuel the car it doesn't want to start. The engine cranks but it won't fire. It sounds like it needs gas. I put my foot on the accelerator and floor it and the car will start. I then have to keep giving it gas for a few seconds or it will die. Once it get going it runs fine. It recently gave check engine light and code is P0441. "P0441 Evaporative Emission System "Incorrect Purge Flow Present" I've researched this and it seems that it is a faulty purge valve or fuel tank vent line valve that needs to be replaced? Conflicting information on whether the 997 has a fuel tank vent line valve. Has anyone had experience with this? Help would be much appreciated.