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  • From
    Eastlake, OH
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2008 Cayenne 3.6L
  • Future cars
    996 or 997
  • Former cars
    '82 924, '83 944, '87 944/S, '97 Boxster, '96 993C4 Cab, '99 996C2 Cab, '98 993 Targa
  1. Same 2008 Cayenne V6. Had diaphragm replaced. Car running poorly with P2293. Since this is immediately after the work being done, any likely thing to check in the mech's poor assembly? Relay, connector, blown fuse, leak, etc? Thanks!
  2. Hi Loren, I had a bad PVC/Diaphragm in my 2008 3.6L, so I had it replaced by a local (non-Porsche) mechanic. It was fairly straight-forward, except when it came time for the throttle adaptation to the eGas. He couldn't get it to mate, and I tried resetting it. I got it running, albeit poorly, and brought it home. Based on this comment: 2008 and newer Cayennes with high-pressure fuel systems require a PIWIS or PIWIS2 to set the 5 adaption ranges. 1) Will the ranges be evident (is there a default that getsset, or do you need to know what they are)? 2) Does the Durametric set this as well? Thanks!
  3. Funny, my '97 Boxster ran 4-5 mph higher. I thought this problem went away in '00.
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