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  1. thanks loren, it doesnt look that easy to get to... is this a dealer item only? thanks scott
  2. Hello all, today the check engine light returned... the only code is the p0016.... does anyone have a location for this sensor... thanks
  3. I would say mine is pitiful,,,,i hope there is a chip or something I can do to gain some response from this thing. Thanks
  4. Hi again,,, today I changed all 6 plugs, to some laser expensive plugs at $12.00 each.. I also changed all 6 coil packs... its running on all 6 now,,, had the codes erased also. Ive never owned one of these before, but all i know is that this one is dead slow.. no sack at all.. throttle response is dead after the first 25% of movement... are all these non turbos slouches? thanks
  6. thanks, i will look into that,, is there a firing order diagram for the 3.2 v6 available anywhere online? thanks
  7. Im new to this site and hope someone can shed some light on my issues.. I have a 2005 cayenne base. 3.2 v6 6 speed manual... the check engine light comes and goes daily.. today the car was running real rough.. then the light came on.. I got 4 trouble codes. p0016 p0300 p0303 p0305... the car lacks power all the time.. any help will be greatly appriciated. sm
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