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    Porsche 996 TT 2002 seal gray + Bmw 325i 2001
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  1. Did you tried to tighten this line, may be it is loose....But, unfortunately I had this problem also. I have found the flare on this line damaged. I had to replace the line... Was not expensive but was difficult to replace....Part# 996-314-288-05, $14.01...
  2. This is really good to know thanks for sharing this fix!!!!
  3. Looking at this picture of an engine on the bench it can be the slave....
  4. Agree with JFP but on the second picture seems to come from higher up but the slave is on the other side....
  5. You will found some info here: https://www.6speedonline.com/forums/996-turbo-gt2/377709-what-part.html And if you look at the engine removal section of the repair manual page 1177 you will see the way to detach this line...
  6. Lower the engine about 4 inches and it is lot better!!! Floor jack under the engine block and 2 nuts 18mm on the rear engine mount...... Oups that is probably fix already, old post......
  7. Just realized you are the new member. Welcome to Renntech community!!! You got a heavily modified car, did you ever suspect the ECU reprogramming?
  8. This is what you don't want and it is related with camshaft housing grooves ;-( http://www.rennsportkc.com/996tt-top-end/
  9. Your doing all the troubleshooting that can be done. You are well aware of all the possible failures! I help a member in 2008 with almost the same issue P1325, we work hard on that one . Unfortunately he sold the car before a fix ;-( May be you can found some help here: https://www.renntech.org/forums/topic/24113-obd2-fault-code-p1325-inlet-camshaft-bank-2/#comment-127060
  10. ....According to some search I did with your part# , it is called coupling tool but unfortunately no pictures....Sorry, just saw Loren answer....
  11. The red insert has to be held in position while the line is pulled out. There are some tool called air conditioning and fuel line removing tool that can be purchase and really not expensive... Here's an exemple:
  12. Agree with the light switch! It is 996-613-535-00 and not too difficult to replace especially with a good DIY ;-) https://www.6speedonline.com/forums/996-turbo-gt2/176814-diy-head-light-switch-remove-replace.html
  13. May be the ground is at fault, located near the right turbo between body and engine
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