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    Wisconsin, USA
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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    VW Jetta, Audi Allroad
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    S4 Avant

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  1. Guys, today one of our long standing customers came in with a CEL light on the dash and had the following read out on our PST II tester. This is verbatim and I have no clue as to what it means. It does throw a CEL light on the dash (or did as we've re-set it) but I would still like to know your thoughts. As far as we are concerned this thing runs as well as a 40k mile 1997 993 can run. Nice, very nice. What comes up are these numbers 50, 51,52, 54, 55, 62. Beside each number are these words "cyl xx, misfire emissions-relevant" (where xx is the cylinder and it covers all 6) He was driving the car when this happened. Stumped....any thoughts? Thanks, Price
  2. Hey guys, I have a friends 928 S4 that has a disturbing issue. He has replaced many of the obvious items before asking for help. I know I can get to the bottom of this issue but the guy can't afford lots of time or money so I'm reaching out. This car can be started (some swearing and coaxing helps) and it runs but poorly. Seems like half the engine is dead, however, after running it for a while it simply won't restart until the fuel pump relay is pulled and the throttle is floored. The engine will then run for a short while. I find this very strange on a fuel injected car. How does it flood? And it must be a huge "leak" since it runs without fuel pressure for a short while. Any direction from you guys would be welcomed. Thanks, pc
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