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  1. Thanks. Unless something changes my mind in the next few days I will change this myself. The exhaust bolts! I spent many hours changing mine a few months back. Thankfully I am now using nice stainless steel bolts that were copper greased to the moon. So never a problem again removing those bad boys. Although I never expected to be removing it so soon again :-(
  2. Yeah I was thinking that would be tricky to put in place. I managed to get an image online of the pump...so I was looking at that. I guess it will not fit in place unless it's in the right position, right? I wouldn't want to put it in, think it was OK then start engine and break internal engine parts :-( :-) To replace by Porsche is way cheaper here than US... around £300pounds for labour, but my problem is, they are 60miles away and I would probably need my car transported to them etc..probably another 150bucks and then there's the waiting time and going to pick it up again which is not convenient. I normally do the general maintenance of my cars. Looking at where this is, I think I could manage it. Just want to make sure there is no wizardry or magical powers required to get it out nor to get it in again. i would want to stay away from draining the coolant system too as I imagine thats a nightmare to bleed afterwards. I also have a grease pit that might enable me to do it without stripping the back down... thus saving an hour....but must look and see if it's possible. Thanks for your help!
  3. Hey, I seem to have a HPFP problem with my car. When it starts, it idles rough and then check engine light and reduced power comes on... I am getting a p1026 code which googling it...has come up with the HPFP problem for other people. I know where the pump is and would be tempted to change it myself but there seems to be a pipe or bar right behind my pump, I was wondering can you get the pump out as easy as you say or do you need to remove other parts? Is it really a matter of unscrewing and screwing the new one in? If it is this easy I may do it myself otherwise I will just send it to Porsche. Any steps or tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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