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  • From
    Lehi, Utah, USA
  • Present cars
    2000 Boxster S
  1. I solved my random dying and won’t start till it’s cold problem....the the crankshaft position sensor. But now the big issue.... Very responsive throttle in park! But lost responsiveness in each gear up to 4000rpms...shifts smooth yet very sluggish and then WINDS UP and screams like a race car in each gear after 4200 rpms! I can’t figure out why? ANYONE relate??? Already Replaced: MAF AOS crankshaft position sensor Air filter O2 sensors 2 front 2000 Boxster S 3.2 manual transmission
  2. When you say lost responsiveness up to 4000rpms...does it wind up and take off after that? That’s my issue right now ...very sluggish and then screams in each gear after 4200 rpms! I can’t figure out why? 2000 Boxster S 3.2 manual transmission
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