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  1. Roger Kraus tires in Castro Valley. When your done having new tires mounted have the Bay Area's best alignment guy, Brandon, give your car the perfect alignment. Paralizer
  2. I posted several weeks ago about an intermittent problem I was having with an extended crank. My car is a new Atlas Grey 6 speed '06 987S. What happens is that occasionally I turn the key and it will take from 5-10 seconds to catch. Unfortunately there is no specific pattern to when it occurs. The dealer intially checked the fuel pump and fuel pressure, which appeared to be fine. The dealer was unable to replicate the problem on the first two trips. Finally on this trip, they got it do duplicate. At first they thought it was the primary computer. After a failed attempt to reflash, Porsche sa
  3. I've had 5 episodes of an extended crank with my 987S. What happens is that I turn the key and it will take from 5-10 seconds to catch. Unfortunately there is no specific pattern to when it occurs. The dealer has already checked the fuel pump and fuel pressure, which are fine. I mentioned the problem when I took my car in for the whistling mirror. I've had 2 more episodes since. The car has only 500 miles and is on its third tank of gas. Each tank from a different location. I stopped by the dealer today and mentioned the new episodes today. The service guys are going to start checking with
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