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  1. Perfect, thank you very much for your quick reply. Reg Thor
  2. Hi. Just biught a -99 996 that have been stored a few years, off course with flat battery and no radiocode 🙂 Any chance you can assist me with the code? CDR 220 BE4462 Serial # 15062547 Thanks Thor
  3. Thanks a lot, good ide both of you:) Got the codes from another dealer after prove of ownership and a copy of my ID.
  4. Hi, thanks. I have PST2 V24 software, so I have the option, only missing the codes. If it`s possible to get the codes from dealer in US, I guess it should be so in Norway too. Will try to send a request direct to the technical department at Porsche Norway. Thanks anyway:)
  5. I`m the owner of a -99 996 Convertible, and I do most of the repair an maintenance myself. To help diagnose I bought a KTS500 that has saved me a lot of money. Now I`m about to program a new remote, but to do so I need the code from IPAS. I asked the local Porsche dealer, but they told me that Porsche would not let me have them because of some theft reason. Anyone else tried to get hold of the codes? I would appreciate any help on how to get them:)
  6. Yes, #5 is correct. I was lucky to get it back on, not much space there on a convertible:)
  7. Hi, problem solved:) Went through everything I had been involved in as you suggested, and found tube between throttle body and AOS to be a bit "sloppy" when I disconnected it from throttle body. Getting under the car I could see that tube was not connected to AOS, so I manage to get a hand up there to reconnect it. (I guess it had not been properly connected from the beginning) After that, the car runs as smooth as it's supposed to:) I can not explain why cyl 1-3 was suffering from the failure more than cyl 4-6, but that certainly confused me. Anyway, I'm very thankful for all the help
  8. Yes, I have done my best to do so, but I will try to swap coil packs and plugs, and also check my work all over again tonight. Will give an update later.
  9. Yes, here are the codes: 75 Misfire damageing to Cat converter (P0300) 63 Cylinder 2 Misfire damageing to Cat converter (P0302) 65 Cylinder 3 Misfire damageing to Cat converter (P0303) 51 Cyl 2 misfire emission relevant (P1314) 52 Cyl 3 misfire emission relevant (P1315) 62 Misfire emission-relevant (P1319) Thanks:)
  10. Hi, I'm now back after a few more days than planned. What I did yesterday was to check compression on cyl 1, 2 and 3. Had to do it on cold engine, but they all came up with about the same values. (170-180 or 12) I also started it a few seconds to read out O2 sensors, and they looked about as expected, but on Fuel System 2 status, it says: Open loop (system fault) what does that mean? Got same codes related to Bank 1. Is it possible the Bank 1 camshaft sensor could cause this? From the wiring it looks like sensor Bank 1 and 2 are in paralell, so I'm not sure. To run the tests from misfi
  11. I see, so camshaft control is the variocam actuator. I have disconnected battery for other reasons, no luck as you say. First I will spend a couple of days to go deer hunting to charge my own batteries, than I will go deeper into wiring, coil packs and connectors:)
  12. Hi. Have now checked the cam timing, and it's just like you describe it should be. In the misfire trouble shooting, when misfire on one bank, it's possible "Camshaft control badly adjusted" What's camshaft control? And how do I reset? Thanks again for taking the time to help me out on this:)
  13. Thanks again. I put all the parts together again today, and cleared all error codes. It starts easy, but when key goes out of starter mode, it dies in a few seconds. To make it run I have to rev up to 2000 rpm, but It,s very rough, with backfiring, misfire, smell of fuel and surgeing. Kept it running for a couple of minuts, then the CEL light came on an it got even worse. After stopping I had following error codes: 62 Misfire emission-relevant (P1319) 50 Cylinder 1 misfire emission relevant (P1313) 52 Cylinder 3 misfire emission relevant (P1315) 75 Misfire damageing to Cat convert
  14. Hi, and thank you for helping me out on this. I have now checked the Groun point, and nothing wrong with them. I also replaced sparks on cyl 1, 2 and 3 as they where soaked by fuel. Now all 6 manifolds get hot, but the car still runs very rough, and with no power. Checked knock sensor connectors, tried to find cam adjustment sensors, but was not able to. It feels like the timing is totaly wrong. Error codes yesterday was: 124 Intake Air Temp Sensor (P0112) 50+51+52 cyl 1, 2 and 3 misfire (P1315) 62 Misfire (P1319) 10 O2 sensor ahead of cat cyl 1-3 (P0130) But non today, as I wa
  15. Hi, I've seen a lot of people getting help on this forum, so I will give it a try to see if anyone can help me out of my misery:( I had to replace leaking oil filler tube, and removed filter box, throttle body with connectors and tubes and removed the right hand bolt on alternator to access the most rear bolt of filler tube. It was all put back in place, and when starting, only cyl 4, 5 and 6 where "on line". I let It run for a few seconds, very roughly idle of course, but left side of engine remained cold. I could even hold around exhaust manifold without getting burned on left side, but
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