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Recently I did pinning of coolant lines. Shortly after, the CEL came on and Durametric is showing the attached fault: secondary air injection system insufficient flow bank 1 value below lower limit. It's also intermittent. I have cleared it twice and it won't return for a few drives then gets tripped again all of the sudden. Anybody have any insight? I have checked everything I disconnected for the pinning, but all looks ok.
I lost this part removing my Bose subwoofer. It attaches / clips to the bracket that the subwoofer slides onto and the retaining screw screws into it. I was wondering if can get this part at an automotive store or if I order the bracket from Porsche will this part be included? Not sure what this type of fastener would be called? Thanks
I am wondering what type and size air filters are used in the X51 intake. I was thinking of possibly swapping them out for K&N or BMC filters if they make the correct type of filter. Thanks!
Yep, that them, thanks Loren!
Model and year of your car please? Thanks Loren, It's MY 06 997 Carrera S with aerokit.
I have been searching for the part number for the plastic intake pieces that snap into the 997 GT3 or aerokit bumper cover at the side radiator air ducts. Specifically the black plastic pieces that mate with the rubber seal at the side radiators. Any help would be greatly appreciated. -Matt
actually '06 997 with aerokit
Thanks Loren. One more question, is there a part number for the fasteners that hold the wires and headlamp washer hoses to the bumper so they are not just loose hanging? I believe that they are fasteners that have double sided tape to stick them to the inside of the bumper cover. Thanks again!
Anybody know where I can get the Torx style screws that fasten to the underside of the bumper cover and inside the wheel well. I believe they are sizes 25 and 30 internal torx with a flat washer affixed at the head. I can't seem to find where to pick these up. TIA
///MJFDDS replied to ///MJFDDS's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)Thanks Loren! MJFDSS: Make sure you go to Jeff at Sunset (a sponsor here). I just ordered one (cut from VIN). Cheaper than MSRP and great service. My dealer charged me $80 for programming. Thanks for the suggestion. Will do.
///MJFDDS replied to ///MJFDDS's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)Thanks Loren!
Hmmm...interesting to know. Are you talking about the creaking noise when going up inclines?