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    Cayenne S
  1. Please help. :help: Yesterday i started coolant pipe replacement on my 2004 Cayenne S. Every thing went ok till the last bolt witch hold the intake manifold. (pasanger side). The torx go round inside the bolt. Torx bit is ok but the bolt is destroyed :-(. now you can tern the key inside the bolt without afford. :help: Please help how to remove this bolt and intake manifold. Space is very limited because of fuel rail. Is it possible to remove fuel rail without removing first intake manifold? Best regards Marek
  2. Huge thanks RFM :thankyou: :clapping: You were right. It was that fuse. Now the car runs great. After schort run i reed OBD faoult codes and ther is one code P0021 is there anything to warry about? Regards Mark
  3. Thanks for replay. I have already changed all 8 sparkplugs and coils. Now result :-(
  4. I have problem with my 2004 Cayenne S. In the beginning it runs rough (misfires) without CEL. After I revved it higher the CEL appear and than begin to flash. Car heavily misfires. I looked at the Renntech forum and I was almost sure that it is coil packs problem. One of the coils was melted all have cracks. I replace all 8 coils and sparks ( as my car has now 60k. ) Unfortunately it doesn’t help ☹. I read new OBD fault codes: P0273 P0276 P0279 P0282 P0300 P0305 P0306 P0307 P0308 P0355 P0356 P0357 P0358 It appear as whole bank 2 problem. Coils and Injectors.
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