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  1. Hi Crwarren11 thanks for you reply, can you point me to a post that touches on troubleshooting fuel pump related stuff ? That would help a lot !
  2. Hi there, I really need your help with my boxster 986. The seller informed me that this car won't start after sitting in the garage for 5 months. At first I thought it's the battery problem, so I replaced the battery. the engine will crank but no fire at all. Then after some research I found out it could be a CAMSHAFT or CRANKSHAFT sensor problem. Then I bought a scanner, found code P1397 which is a camshaft position sensor bank 2. Someone has mentioned on 986forum that a crankshaft position sensor could also throw a camshaft code, but I chose to go with camshaft sensor because tha
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