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Konstantin Gonikman

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  1. Personally I don't think so, but will test it. But this is weird that it happens on the entire side (4-5-6).
  2. Coils – yes (all new). Wiring – that would be a good idea. Will try that, thx
  3. I actually already did that and they see exactly the same codes. We could see live how cyl 5 generates a lot of misfires. What's weird is there're really no other codes. (read with the original Porsche tester)
  4. The entire left bank misfires & the car runs rough. O2 replaced, MAF cleaned, new coils etc, no effects. All fuel injectors seem to be working ok (did a hearing test) Any ideas? And does anyone know what "Oxygen sensor heater" exactly is?
  5. Hi, there's a noise I hear for a couple of days now. It's on the right side of the car. It's not very loud, you can hear it only if you get out of the car and get close to the fender. Any ideas what it could be? – Konstantin
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