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Jkienzle

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About Jkienzle

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    Placerville CA USA
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  • Present cars
    2005 GTO<br />1975 cosworth<br />2003C4S

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  1. Yes I think I should remove cover it sounds like lifters to me .I will have to park it for a bit no time are good place to do it .Thanks again for your help Ahsai
  2. i got some new codes this time p01362 and p01371 how can I Diagnose further with durametic
  3. I’ll look at cam deviation in durametric .If I run rpm up it clears up and runs fine . Does not make any noise like lifter or broken spring . Thank you Ahsai for your input
  4. 2003 C4S I took it to a local shop that said he had Porsche software but turns out he does not .He was unclear how vario cam system worked so not in a hurry to go back to him .
  5. Yes compression is good on all .All about 210 psi but # 6 a little weaker at 195 and plug shows a bit of oil .The codes are p0300 and p0304 . Miss fire clears up at higher rpm I have not done leak down test
  6. This is a Reoccurring issue I’ve had it keeps coming back always #4 .I have changed plugs/coils /Maf / injectors/ each time I change out a part it runs great and in a month or so cel on again
  7. I have a miss fire # 4 in rough running cylinder #4 is higher then the rest but not sure what reading is . All cylinders are about the same low # but #4 is 10 to 13
  8. I have done. A compression check #6 a little lower then the rest about 15 psi and #6 plug a little darker then the rest but not bad it is oil on plug and a little smoke on start up cold . I’ve been having miss fire problems but replaced injectors maf and some other parts when I was in there .
  9. I’ve been having some issues with my wife’s 996 C4S 2003 .Drove it today and started running ruff cel light on and codes p1371&p1362 and two miss fire codes. Had some problems a few months ago but running fine lately
  10. How do I go about cleaning driver seat belt buckle .I got air bag lite code said driver belt buckle cleared code all good for about 2 month and again same code
  11. I just purchased 2003 C4S very clean all records .Wife loved at first sight and had to have .Sacramento area looked for about 9 months.For low 20k
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