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  1. I had a chance to check fuel pressure, on start up it goes to 4, than after a few seconds it drops back to 2.5. While idling I pulled the fuse for the right pump, no change. Reinstalled right fuse and pulled left, pressure fell away and engine quit. I than started the truck with fuse for left still removed. It started, pressure went to 4 and stayed there. Drove it around and it performs better with the left pump fuse removed than with both fuses installed, I would say it ran good! Its too hot outside to mess with it anymore today, but I assume the left pump is bad?
  2. I recently purchased a 2004 Cayenne S and have not been able to get it inspected because of an engine check light, even though it seems to run fine. I purchased a Durametric dignostic kit and it is showing codes P2225 and P2227. Upper bank 1 & 2- Upper limit value exceeded, test conditions are not completed, fault is currently active and causing a DTC light. I took it to a local Porsche shop and they replaced a couple of vacuum lines, which did not solve problem. They then explained it was probably an exaust leak between manifold and catalitic converter, and it would require engine removal. I brought the truck back to the hanger that I have and had my best aircraft mechanics go over it and they say there is no exaust leak. Any help so I can get this back on the road. Thanks
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