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About hcoles

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    89 Carrera coupe
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  1. I would not be surprised if an air leak at the gas cap caused check eng. light. This is the case on cars other than Porsche and may infact be a mandatory emissions function... e.g. this will happen on some late model BMW's
  2. Module is ok, either it works or it doesn't. If it is intermittent, it is the connection. Next time the light goes off, do not dismantle, just slap the headlight until it works and leave it this way. It is definitely loose. Thank you...I sent a message to Sandy and we will puts efforts into finding the bad connection(s). -Henry
  3. Hi Renntech, I'm new...many posts on PP. I'm trying to help a friend (Sandy) she has a 96 993 C4 has HID Litronic lights. One of the lights operates intermittent. Don Wise took a look at it and in the process, I guess, unplugged some connections/etc. and it worked for a few weeks but said the "module" was bad. We thought it could have been just a loose connection that got loose again. Before I burn up peoples time I'm getting a picture of the headlight so we can be sure of what light option is on the car.... but I'm thinking it is Litronic...maybe there is more than one type of Litr
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