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About 92tsiawd

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    2002 Porsche Carrera 2
  1. I have a 996 GT3, there is about a good 5 to 10 degrees of dead spot free play in the steering. When I was cruising on the highway at 75 mph, I held the steering wheel with both hands and the car would pick a slight change of direction and go there depending on the road/wind conditions. It then prompted me to do a slight 5 to 10 degree shake of the steering wheel and there was no change of direction. I was wondering if it could be that the steering rack is shot and needs a rebuild. Anyone else ever have a problem like this? What's been done before is the car just had a corner balance, I was
  2. Does the Throttle Jacking Unit have anything to do with the Throttle Position Sensor? Do I have to replace the entire throttle body?
  3. Shoot, forgot to mention that I did clean the throttle body yesterday. MAF is a brand new Bosch unit from Suncoast. Code came back exactly the same after the cleaning.
  4. Hi Guys, I am a little stumped right now, searched around and haven't seen another car with this combination of error codes. Car Info: My car is a 2002 911 Carrera 2 w/ 60k miles I just replaced the Maf with a brand new unit from Suncoast. P1109 - Input variables, charge measurement Above limit P0430 - Factory Fault Code 45 - TWC conversion, Bank 2 Above limit Any ideas as to what I should be checking? O2 sensor? which one? Catalytic? Thanks in advance
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