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What did you find out about his problem? I have the same issue with my 1999 911 996 whereas, I am getting the same code (P0102) and my car is doing the same thing sporadically when I crank it. Most times it will crank without any issues but other times it will act just as yours does. The dealer is telling me that I need to replace the MAF but I didnt think the MAF did anything for idle. Thank you in advance for your input.
I have a 1999 996 6 speed manual and continue to get the CEL with code P1124. Anybody have any ideas? Thank you in advance.
Thank you for the reply! I checked to see if the pump is working and I can feel it vibrate after a cold start, which leads me to believe that it is functioning. What is the best way to test the pump?
My check engine light continues to come on after about 100+ miles of driving after reset. I am continuing to get codes P1411 and P0410. A couple months ago I had 2 other codes P1124 and P0102 but have not seen these codes in a few weeks or so. Does anybody have any suggestions for me? I checked my secondary air injection pump at cold start up and I can feel it vibrating. Thank you in advance for your input.