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About faperry

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  • Birthday 07/01/1940

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  • Interests
    Porsche

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  • From
    Spokane, WA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1999 E 320, 2011 Cayenne S, 2012 Carrera GTS
  • Former cars
    1963 Sunbeam Alpine GT
    1985 Porsche 911 Carrera
    1958 Corvette
    2000 Boxster
    2004 CayenneS
    2005 Carrera 997.1
  1. Thank You. Actual code P0001&P0008 All cleared now, so will take a short drive to see if any codes reappear.
  2. 2011 Carrera 911 GTS 16000 mls. Check engine light is on, idle is slightly high at around 1200. Durmetric indicates this Fault Code 997.641.981.35. Does anyone know the definition of this code?
  3. Anyone know where I can get a copy of the Fuse Plan for 2012 Carrera GTS. This is the fuse description paper located in a holder on the back side of the fuse pannel cover.
  4. Anyone know where to locate the paint code for option CP5, 20" RS Spyder Design Wheel on a 2011 CayenneS ?
  5. A short update. The Bowden cable had a kink in it and was stuck half way between the open and closed position. A new cable will be installed next week and all should be good again. Thanks eVoMotion for your help.
  6. 2004 Cayenne S, 48,000 miles, no fault codes indicated(Durametric software) , all service current, no prior problems. I locked the Cayenne with the remote, 30 minutes later the remote will not unlock the drivers door, all other doors unlock. The drivers door will not unlock with the remote, it will not unlock with the key and it will not open from the outside or inside. I spoke with Porsche Dealership (top tech) they were not aware of this problem, he said he had only heard of this if a body shop had been working on the door. No one has worked on my door. Anyone had a similar experience or sug
  7. Update on the MAF replacement: After the replacement the car ran better immediately! now with about 400 additional miles it continues to be flawless. Many thanks to Loren for his timely advice.
  8. 2000 Boxster 2.7, 5 speed. 7.2 DME. The car has 38,000 miles was purchased new and all maintenance has been preformed by the dealer including a recent 30,000 service. The check engine light came on and we pulled the codes. P1126 and P1133 (Oxygen sensing adaption, lower load range, bank 1 & 2) We then removed the MAF and spray cleaned the entire part and reset the check engine light. After driving about 50 miles the light came back on, we disconnected each O2 sensor and spray cleaned the contacts, reconnected the leads and reset the light. After driving around 50 miles the light is back on
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