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    Geneva, Switzerland
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    Boxster 2.5
  • Former cars
    Carrera c4
  1. Hi guy, I would like to give you the solution. Now my 996 run as brand new one..:-) The Porsche Center of Geneva simply make: - clean the throttle body - RE program the Tiptronic control unit, not only reset it. - change the tiptronic gear oil I am happy
  2. Thank you a lot for your informations Iogray..:-) I just have one more symptom from last weekend. I drive on a highway sloping up without moving the accelerator pedal (fix). When the engine is about 2'000 rpm... no way to stabilize it. It alway pump himself between 1'800 and 2'000 rpm at a frequency of 1 by second. It can help you ? Anyway I go to anhoter garage to make new reading error code with new reader
  3. Hello all, thank you for your answer. I Forget to give you an important fact. No error code on Durametric.... (before we cahnge the lambda we receive a lamda error code)
  4. I have a 996 3.4l (1999) tiptronic with 140'000km. The engine was rebuild at 80'000km and the tiptronic rebuild at 100'000km. I face a strange problem since many month. I try to explain symptom in chronological order. - When it rain during the night, I need to start two time the car. The car start alway from the first power on, but no power at all. I need just to power off and re power on and the car work fine. - One month after, the car is running on 4-5 cylinder after the second power on... lot of missfire. - The garagist change all 6 spark, 6 coil, the AOS (leak problem), the MAF and the t
  5. Hello, I have a Carrera 3.4 C2, 1999, tiptronic with new engine. All service done. Battery is new, MAF is new, the car is just going out of service. No engine light. The car is running well exept: - The morning, I need to start 2 times the engine. The car is alway starting well at first turn key.The idle is fine (700t/m) but when I press the trottle, the engine go down, no power at all, the engine do not take tour. - I simply restart imédiately the engine and all is fine. Power is up when i press the trottle.. Could you help ??
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