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  1. If you have a mac with a intel processor you can install parallel. it is a software that will allow you to run windows on your Mac then you can run Durametric. im using the same set up in my mac pro and it worked like a charm. :drive:
  2. attached a step by step, start at page 57. while you are doing the coil pack better to replace the spark plugs . porsche.pdf
  3. yes very normal, it only uses D1 when the car is cold to warm up the cats.
  4. the front batterie, the back is just for auxiliary like air pump...:cheers:
  5. just bite the bullet and do it, it is just a matter of time those line will burst. i was proactive i replaced mine, while doing it i found one the lines had a leak... get it done !!!:eek:
  6. Arc welding and car electronics never like eachothers, better to just take the exhaust off and weld it... piece of mind is priceless:drive:
  7. yep 3 on top and one big one under them, they are made of hard plastic, just replaced mine few months ago. same thing on this picture only made of plastic[quote name='profusion' timestamp='1286476974' post='187565'] Yup those a the coolant pipes. There is a thread on Rennlist how to view the pipes by using a mirror and flash light. I just took it another step further. From the picture below, you can see the 3 hoses. My picture of the 3 hoses were taken directly behind the intake (very close to the firewall).
  8. i need help locating oil temperature sensor the car is a cayenne 2004 S. thanks
  9. Hello Sam I had similar problem. i replaced the temp sensor and my problem went away. check sensor or sensor connector good luck
  10. here's your web site http://www.jpamporschejaguarparts.com/part...p;siteid=214626 good luck :renntech:
  11. c'est 5650 ou 5648 bonne chance B)
  12. sounds like you have a warped disk brake or bad brake pads... take the wheels off and check it. good luck B)
  13. Bingo that's your problem. the fan is draining your batterie check your switche... B)
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