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    Pacific Grove, CA
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    2011 911 S Cabriolet
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    2003 911 Cabriolet
  1. New to this forum...I have a question about replacing the valve/camshaft cover (I'm calling it both valve and camshaft since I've seen it called both)...I'll call it camshaft cover from now on... I attached a picture of the left camshaft cover of a car I'm looking at. As you can see, it suffered major damage. What is odd is that the car runs great..no strange sounds. Has anyone just replaced the camshaft cover? I called one dealership and they said that the block and cover come as a set...and not possible to just find a used one and put it on. I'm assuming that t
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