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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
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    997 4s, 88 carrera, 68 charger
  1. Thank you for pointing out ppi. This is not the first car i bought, and am well aware of the ppi. Ive been on a hunt for a car for few months, and the previous one that i narroved down, i paid for ppi and walked away from the car. Another 2 cars dealers sold the car before we could get ppi done (had ppi scheduled and dealer sold before it could be done). I needed a car. This dealer stated they have porsche certefied mechanic on staff, they deal with selling some exhotics and lots of high end cars. The car met all my criteria in options (manual, chrono, sport seats, aero package, black on black). The dealer assured me multiple times the car is in tip top shop, and I even noticed bad oil pressure in pic, so mechanic fixed that before car got on delivery truck, and he again told me the car was perfect. Car had clean car fax, recent clutch job (documented on carfax). Ps. Im a long time member on pellican (i have an 88 carrera as well) and other forums. No newb to car world. So please, spare me. It hurts as it is. Now i need to get this fixed. Im trying to work with the dealer, but as of now its a dead end. I had an article posted by jalopnik and i will be doing more social media involvement on this issue, but at the end of the day, the car needs fixing. On the cel: ordered all new plugs, and ordered 3 coils (scan shows missfires on left side). Hopefully next week i can get the car in. The shop i use has one techie that can do computer scans and figure it out, but perhaps its something simple that i can myself tinker with? Is there any connections to pasm unit in the engine bay? I should have been more clrea, the techie actually does have duramac and is versed in dealing with porsche’s. I should have said that. At the end of the day, its just money, i get that. It just really ruined my porsche experience ? i even wrote to porsche, to ask them how can a porsche certified mechanic give this car a green light. The car came off delivery truck with pasm and cel right on the dash! Just complete bs...
  2. Thank you for pointing out ppi. This is not the first car i bought, and am well aware of the ppi. Ive been on a hunt for a car for few months, and the previous one that i narroved down, i paid for ppi and walked away from the car. Another 2 cars dealers sold the car before we could get ppi done (had ppi scheduled and dealer sold before it could be done). I needed a car. This dealer stated they have porsche certefied mechanic on staff, they deal with selling some exhotics and lots of high end cars. The car met all my criteria in options (manual, chrono, sport seats, aero package, black on black). The dealer assured me multiple times the car is in tip top shop, and I even noticed bad oil pressure in pic, so mechanic fixed that before car got on delivery truck, and he again told me the car was perfect. Car had clean car fax, recent clutch job (documented on carfax). Ps. Im a long time member on pellican (i have an 88 carrera as well) and other forums. No newb to car world. So please, spare me. It hurts as it is. Now i need to get this fixed. Im trying to work with the dealer, but as of now its a dead end. I had an article posted by jalopnik and i will be doing more social media involvement on this issue, but at the end of the day, the car needs fixing. On the cel: ordered all new plugs, and ordered 3 coils (scan shows missfires on left side). Hopefully next week i can get the car in. The shop i use has one techie that can do computer scans and figure it out, but perhaps its something simple that i can myself tinker with? Is there any connections to pasm unit in the engine bay?
  3. Just bought 06, 57k miles. Dealer told me their porsche certified mechanic went through the car and it has no issues. When the car arrived, we scanned it: missfires p0300, pasm failure 5400. On top of that, navi is stuck on “starting navigation” and wont move, ive even done reset, nothing. Dvd looks nice and clean. Panel was painted, engine mounts are shot, idler pulley on the way out, windshield wipers were worn to ****, scratched the windshield, rms is peaking, leaking axel boot, right wondow auto up doesnt work, etc we reset the codes, pasm comes back, cel is intermittent. I did searching, but not finding specific answer. Yesterday, when i stalled the car, and restarted it, the engine jerked and pasm error went away for the whole day. Next day it came back, and still there. Diagnostic is a lot of money, so im trying to see if its perhaps a loose contact somewhere (that engine jerk maybe shaken something back into place). Can someone tell me where are the pasm connections and if there is anything i can tug on to see the right fit?
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