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    2001 Jaguar XJR, 2006 Porsche Cayenne, 2000 Jeep Cherokee, 2002 Januar Xtype,
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  1. My 2006 Cayenne (V6) keeps dying at idle especially when stopping at a light. I seem to be able to avoid it by keeping the accelerator slightly pushed in while holding the brake with the other foot. The car has drive by wire so it seems to limit the revs until I release the brake. I replaced the ignition coils about 6 months ago and I did have a very rough idle and one broken coil. I have looked through these fuel pump notations and I was thinking of checking the pressure on the lines. I noticed that there are fuses to pull for the primary and secondary pump, is there anyone here that know
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