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ValorianPrime

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About ValorianPrime

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  • From
    Des Moines, IA, USA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1982 928
    2003 Cayenne Turbo
  • Future cars
    Panamera Turbo
  • Former cars
    1982 928
    1978 924
  1. They are connected to wiring harness. The wiring is so tight that there is no way to cross wires from one cylinder to another, at least not on my Cayenne.They are all the way into the spark plug hole, so as best that I can tell, they are connecting to the plug. They are tight and the cover screw is tightened on the coil to the engine. Sent from my LM-Q730 using Tapatalk
  2. Hi all, I've not posted much but I am at my wits ends. I have a 2003 Cayenne Turbo that has been running great with loving maintenance. Recently, I had a new coolant leak that I knew wasn't the pipes or the coolant tees as I had replaced them. I removed the intake plenum, found the leak was the small plastic "h" hose going to the rear of the engine under the plenum and replaced it. Everything put back together. Then, I started getting random misfires P0300 errors with P0301, p0302, P303 and P0307. I replaced coil packs with aftermarket coils, no improvement.
  3. Hi ya'll, I have a 2003 Cayenne Turbo and for the past six months I have had to run the throttle adjustment adaption frequently. It could be related to the vehicle sitting for three or four days, but I have most noticed this usually after wet or very cold weather. Do I need to replace the accelerator pedal with the sensor or is something else causing the settings to fail? After I run the adaptation, everything works fine for days or even a few weeks. It just seems as if the settings are lost like would happen if you replaced the battery or MAF. I don't know if I have a
  4. Yes - if you haven't fixed this yet, I had the same problem. The hole in my oil pan came from the repair shop - of all places - putting in a bolt that was too long on the bottom engine cover. It rubbed a hole in the pan! I repaired this doing the following: 1. Dried the oil around the hole. 2. Using High Heat sealant, I made a small ball and stuffed it in the hole. 3. I used high heat JB Weld over the sealant and let it all dry. 3 years later and still holding. No leaks, but I don't go back to the same repair shop, which is supposedly Porsche cert
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