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    Granbury, TX
  • Porsche Club
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  • Present cars
    1999 996
  • Future cars
    2019 Porsche 911 Speedster Cabriolet RWD
  • Former cars
    Boxster S, Cayenne, 911 air
  1. No fuel pressure in the engine compartment as I get no fuel pump run. One question I have, is the fuel pressure regulator controlled by the FRC that some have mentioned located on the relay tray in the rear and if so does it also control power to the fuel relay under the dash? If it switch issue can you replace just the mechanical switch or do I have to have the key reader, ECM and Immobilizer?
  2. I have been fighting this for to long so hoping somebody may have an idea, thanks in advance for any and all input. My 1999 996 stopped when I pulled into a store, it wouldn't re-start right away and it drained the battery very quickly so I put in a new battery and the car started and drove home fine. Next weekend took the car out again and it died again after about 20 minutes, would not re-start and to date has not. Checked several sites all pointed to fuel pump so I replaced the fuel pump, next fuel pump relay still no fuel pump run? Crank position switch, replaced, cam position replace
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