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  1. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to fix a P0492 error code on a Boxster 986 / 987 / Carrera 996 / 997. Error: P0492 – Porsche fault code 208 – Secondary-air system bank 2 Symptoms: no visible symptoms, except for the CEL (check-engine light) being triggered, particularly during cold engine startups with the SAI (Secondary Air Injection) pump running for the first 90 seconds. Diagnostics: when troubleshooting the P0492 error code, I initially focused my attention on all SAI components located on top of the engine, such as the SAI pump, hoses, solenoids, vacuum hoses and reservoir, etc
  2. Greetings, I've got an issue with my 2000 996. it's been pretty healthy up till now, still with original IMS (about 80k miles so it's time to change). No unusual noises or behaviors but recently the CEL came on and the idle became just a little ruff, I checked the CEL with my Durametric - Error code P1325 - Porsche fault code 178 - Camshaft adjustment bank 1. After some reading about dirt in the system, I did what was suggested and changed my oil and filter. I checked for metal in the filter. I found very little, a few dark flakes but nothing out of the ordinary. I cleared the err
  3. Hi The alternator brushes disintegrated at 105k miles, so I bought another whole alternator unit from eBay, fitted no problem checked the voltage at the battery it was above 14v. The battery was then flat the following morning so I bought another battery Bosch S4 figured the alternator cooked a cell before throwing the towel in. Since these changes the check engine light is coming on and the car idles roughly when I comes off the choke or returning to idle from revving, in fact it drops lower than normal idle speed before reluctantly returning to 750, also getting rotten egg smells from e
  4. CEL went off over the weekend, Durametric showed a P2190 code. Car is a 2007 C4S coupe w/ Tip at 69,000 miles. Basically bone stock, serviced at the dealer. After checking with Durametric I opened the hood and noticed that the hose clamp connecting the wide Y hose from the airbox onto the intake manifold came loose. So I though there is a vacuum leak, took off the airbox, replaced the airfilter, cleaned the MAF. noticed a few ml of oil-like fluid inside the throttle body just at the level of the butterfly flap; so I cleaned that up. Tightened oil fill and gas caps. Reconnected
  5. I have 2000 Porsche Boxster S that is misfiring on nearly every cylinder. It started with symptoms of a bad MAF; typical sluggish on take off, CEL light with the corresponding code. I would disconnect the wiring from the MAF and it would clear up. I cleaned the MAF and plenum and it ran perfectly for about a day. Ordered a new MAF. By before I had a chance to put the new one in I got a flashing CEL and a massive loss of power. Put in the new MAF. It cleared up some idle issues but the loss of power and flashing CEL is still there. The codes show random misfire and misfire on 2,3,4,5, and 6. I'
  6. Hi All, So today, after putting gas (Shell, premium) in my 2014 Cayenne base, I got on the freeway and shortly after, the check engine light came on and Cayenne started shaking abnormally. I was able to turn around and get back home but I noticed 1. When I stop, the CEL flashes and the Cayenne shakes a lot more 2. When I press on the gas, it takes a long time to pick up speed (really struggling). I connected the Durametric when I got home and I see the following misfire fault codes on it. Anyone have any suggestions? Cayenne has around 62k miles on it.
  7. Hi there folks, I’m having some random misfires in my ’03 Boxster. I’ve disassembled the intake manifold to get a better understanding of the problem, and as per the picture below, there is clearly something going on with cylinder-1. a week ago, CEL came on for random misfires in cylinder-1 (P0301) Engine runs well, has high millage (320km) and no noticeable degradation in performance Checked the coolant, and was below the minimum mark (which was flushed a couple of months ago) On the exhaust side, there are dripping marks, probably coolant leaking through the exha
  8. I just picked up my new/used 2006 Cayman S two days ago. I filled it up with gas today (did two days ago as well) and about 7-10 miles later the Check Engine Light came on. Shortly after that the Central Warning Light (red exclamation mark next to the CEL light) came on, and the info message said "Check Engine". Guess that was obvious. I went to two AutoZone stores and they hooked up the CS to their OBD2 (pardon me, but I am new to Porsche and all this stuff) scanner. Both times they thought the device registered something, but when they connected the device to their computer in the store the
  9. Heavy rain all day and car misfired - better now since things dried out but the CEL codes that are in the ECU currently are P0300 Random/Multiple Misfire. P0301 Cylinder 1 Misfire and P0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire. The technician checked readings from the Mass Air Flow sensor and Oxygen Sensors during his diagnostics and takes that in account. If the Mass Air Flow was not with in spec. then that would point to some thing wrong with that sensor. Those readings were accurate. Shop wants 1000 for new plugs, coils - seems in line with what other paid but no guarantee that will fix it according to tech.
  10. 1999 Porsche Boxster 986 shows check engine light (CEL). Code read at autozone as P0112 Error Code (Intake Air Temperature Circuit Low Input). According to <http://repairpal.com/obd-ii-code-p0112>, the error code causes could be Defective Intake Air Temperature Sensor (IAT) Dirty air filter Defective Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF) Faulty or corroded Intake Air Temperature wiring or connection MAF: Bosch 996 606 123 00​ (serial number?:0 260 217 007) DME: Bosch 996.618.601.04 (serial number?:0 261 204 605). Lots of other numbers on DME. Can post image if required. After doing some researc
  11. Experts, I just drove my MY 01 996 C2 27k miles odometer, from the airport, and it has a violent vibration at low speeds under 20mph and under 3k rpm. I don't have a CEL reader to post the codes When I was not on the gas the vibration went away, put as soon as gas pressed it came back. Pulling off and under 20 mph it felt like the something drastic was about to happen and the CEL was flashing. Btwn 3-4k rpm it was less violent vibration but still bad. I recently got it back from the shop and but it was only for oil change, and brake flush no engine work. The MAF sensor was already replac
  12. Hi, Today I tackled my first DIY service on a 2006 c2. After the service the engine check light turned on, any help would be great!!! Here is exactly what I did: - I wanted to check the spark plugs so removed 2 coils and 2 sp, I put them back on as they were clean. I plugged the coils back on, screwed them back on. - changed oil and filter. - change air filter, cleaned the Maf carefully with Maf cleaner without touching any component - cleaned the inside of the throttle body as it was somewhat dirty. Dried it completely before putting it back on and changed the seal. Note that when I cleane
  13. I have a 98 Boxster that started showing the Check Engine Light. Check Engine Light came on and the codes for the Durametirc software were P1125 Oxygen sensing range 1 Cylinder (4-6) and P1123 Oxygen sensing range 1 Cylinder (1-3). I cleared the codes using Durametric Diagnostic Software and no check engine light appeared. The other day the check engine light came on so I decided to check the fuel pressure. I activated the fuel pump through the Durametric Software and the reading was 52 psi.Also, here is another caveat which may or may not have something to do with the Check Engine Light.
  14. Hi All, Just joined Your group and hope to share some experience with the Cayenne S, many thanks in advance for helping me out. Is just bought US version of 2005 Cayenne S and recently had some issues with the car. It first started with the starter which needed replacing. After that just after i got my car back a CEL showed up. At this moment i only know the error description not the code. It says that the car had problems with poor mixture of fuel and air and therefore the RPM goes little bit wild up to 1200 RPM. I keep on wondering if that is someway connected to the job that was
  15. Hello All, I purchased a 2005 Carrera base with 60k a few months ago. Being a Porsche fan all my life, this was finally my first one. The car fax and records looked good but since I got it, its has been nothing but problems. Within the first month, the water pump went out. Considering the car is 7+ years old, I was okay with that. The following month the CEL came on with misfiring sum and all cylinders. I took it to TPWS in Austin and they said I needed to replace the spark plugs and coils so I had them do it. Now 2 weeks later, the CEL is on again with misfiring sum and misfiring 3, 5 and 6
  16. Hi guys, Looking for a little help. Just replaced the alternator and everything was fine for a couple of days. Then CEL comes on steady, along with the cruise control light, temperature light, and low fuel light. The tachometer is also not working. Everything else (gauges, etc) is fine and car is running great. Put my OBD scanner and NO codes come up at all. I think it might be a grounding problem, but am not sure. Anyone see anything like this? Any pointers would be appreciated. Thanks in advance, Al Nugent 2005 Carrera 4S Cabriolet. 26,600 miles.
  17. So yesterday, noticed the CEL (check engine light) came on (not flashing, just solid amber). Pulled the codes and reset all faults. Reseated my gas cap to ensure it is fully closed. Since I was almost empty of gas, filled up (not that it is very relevant ...lol). Today, after about 40 miles or so, CEL came back on again. Originally there were 2 codes (will post update with those), but after reset, only 1 came back (I imagine the other will return soon but we will see). Pulled codes with Durametric cable/sw, and here is what I got: ENGINE B3901 Evaporative Emission System Incor
  18. Hello everyone. I've had these two faults appear three separate times now, all within about 100 miles of each other, and all when the car has been idling for a short period. P0172: System too Rich (Bank 1) P0175: System too Rich (Bank 2) I've searched the forums, and it seems the likely cause is the MAF, but I wanted to post my Torque Pro logs of when the CEL occurred to see if any of you could help me pinpoint the problem. For what it's worth, I just changed my spark plugs last weekend (after having seen the CEL twice) and inspected the ignition coils, but no problems were found and t
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