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  1. I am needing some home. Just got my cayenne back from the mechanic, and for some reason it is still wet seems to be like hiccups when I go from 20 to 40. Just had new spark plugs and ignition coil’s installed, so I took it to the Porsche dealership and they’re telling me because the coils are aftermarket that can be the cause of the issue. I don’t know if I believe that if brand new ignition coil’s will cause misfire readings on all cylinders. And another thing I am attaching a picture and have circled an area in the engine that has a little cap. Now both sides of the engine have that same piece and should have a cap, when I look at my engine the passenger side does not have the cap on, Does anybody know what this is and what it does. I have circled in red .
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