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Yeah I'm pretty sure I'm going to have to replace all the lines along with a new aos. I'll have to get in and see if there's anything left of the old lines when I get home, but they appear to be removed. Hopefully no major damage has been done, I've only put about 100 miles on it since owning it, not sure how long this hack has been in place.
This is my first Porsche, I didn't even notice anything missing and the car ran great except for a few drips that I thought was from the tubes. Wasn't familiar with aos until researching. There are 4 connection points for the aos right? The intake, the block, the crank, where does the back smaller in diameter lower hose go to? Oh and all the hoses are missing too.
Recently purchased a 98 boxster. Some oil leaks led me here. I've changed the plugs and tubes, and replaced some missing bolts in the coil packs. Still ended up with leaks that pointed to the AOS. I open her up and the AOS isn't there, it's capped off at all hose points! Has anybody else ran into this? What are the dangers of doing this?