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04 S. 184K miles. New plugs. Missing. Code misfire cylinder 8. Just replaced all coils. Still rough. Same code after reset. Any ideas?
where did that graphic of the engine come from? I'd like to know what the other numbers are designating, too. Thanks
Drove through an ugly snow storm in Kentucky last weekend in a new to me 04 Cayenne S. New all-weather tires. I was really impressed. It was confidence-inspiring. I found that it felt better with the PSM turned off. The RPMs were higher so I am sure I got worse mileage, but I got through it. Sometimes I think the RPMs are too low, even in normal conditions. Any thoughts?
I was driving a new to me 04 S in the mountains of Tennessee last weekend. With about a 1/4 tank (maybe a little less but the warning had not come on) going up or down a hill (I can't remember) on the interstate, the engine sputtered and quit as if running out of gas. No check engine light. Pulled to the side, waited. It started. Went 10 miles, same thing. Got to an exit. Got gas. No more problems. Other facts. I recently installed two new fuel pumps. Also, I cannot fill the tank at a gas station at the normal rate without the pump quitting -- as it there is a vent that won't let air be displaced. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
jfort replied to no1joey's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)To continue, have I read correctly that the torque should be 113 ft-lbs?