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Mike Hawryszkow

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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 Carrera
  • Future cars
    997 C4 Carrera
  • Former cars
    1952 Nash Healey Roadster, Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite, 1963 MGB, 1970 240Z, Alfa Romeo Graduate, 10th Anniversary Edition Mazda Miata, 1973 C3 Corvette,
  1. I have a 02 Carrera 2 with only 1.5 volts to coilpack #2. I would like to take an ohm reading from the DME connector to the coilpack connector, but, I don't know where the DME is located? Any suggestions?
  2. :welcome: Please post all of your fault codes - just so we caqn be sure what we are chasing. Yes, one cylinder only usually means check the electrical connector, the coil pack (swap with another cylinder and see if it follow the coil pack), and spark plug (same test). I have removed your second post ont eh same subject - please do not double post or cross-post. I am repeatedly getting just the p0304. I'll clear it & after about 45 sec. back it comes. It has not followed the plug or the coilpack after the swap. That's what led me to check the engine w/the lead disconnected. No
  3. hi, my name is Mike & I have a 2002 Carrera 2. I have been getting a rough Idle & misfire code for cyl #4. I have swapped plugs, coilpacks, & even the injectors w/no improvement. I finally left the coilpack unplugged & the car ran just the same as when plugged in. I have continuity w/the main wiring harness plug. Any suggestions on how to check the coilpack plug?
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