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  1. I left my car parked up last week, last night I started it and everything seemed normal. Within yards of moving the ABS and PSM lights came on so I switched the engine off. When I switched it back on again the CEL came on and stayed on. I now have a misfire on wide throttle openings from low revs. The CEL flashes when this happens. Tickover is a bit lumpy as well. So could it be my MAF or something else? Car runs fine otherwise, oil presure and water temp are fine. No water in the oil. Car is my daily driver will using it with the CEL on cause some sort of fail safe? I live in the countryside my nearest dealer is 100 miles away. Obviously I won't be able to get my hands on a durametric until after Christmas. thanks Bernard
  2. I had the same problem and found this on here. haven't tried it yet but it looks OK http://forums.rennlist.com/rennforums/996-forum/380904-edit-exactly-how-should-the-gas-pedal-be-removed-feel-2.html
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