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About GingkoBelover

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  • Birthday 12/11/1968

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    San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
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  • Present cars
    2000 Porsche Boxster 2.7L - H6 Engine with 5 Speed manual transmition

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  1. They said the spark plugs were worn but STILL IN WORKING CONDITION. Same with the coils, they showed carbon deposit but once tested, they seemed to work as well. I was about to take my car to the shop to perform the required scheduled maintenance. Thanx
  2. I wanted to post this update on my Boxster. I posted the ad to sell the car and many people showed up to see it. Somebody assessed the issue and came back to tell me that the problem is a broken spring valve. I haven't decided what to do about this and torn between selling the car or take it to the shop and repair it. GB
  3. Thank you for your reply. The already know I was running on reserve fuel. I did fill up the tank before dfroping the keys back to the shop. I hope this could solve the issue. We'll see what do they find on Monday. Thank you for your valuable comment. GB
  4. Thank you Philip. Indeed that is correct. But the mechanic said that this shouldn't be the cause of the problem.
  5. I have purchased my first Porsche Boxster and happy in general until recently. Yesterday, out of the sudden, I noticed the car was missfiring after taking off from a stop light. It was rattling in low revs at the beggining, then at iddling as well. The check engine light started blinking, and a minute after it turn on solid orange color. I didn't drive the car more than 5 minutes until I found a Porsche Mechanic in the area. When the mechanic checked the car, the system diagnosed multiple missfires in all cylinders but #5. That raised my concerns, since I thought it was not normal to have
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