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  1. G'Day... new to forum and my first 911 after 40 years of dreaming and running too many various hot VW's and rotors : ) I have an early 2008 Australian delivered Carrera 2S that had a engine light - go to garage - come on after a rough idle and stall at the lights. I have done nearly 6000 k's since buying the car, and yes I have been using the performance, including a run down the drag strip a couple of weeks previous (13.3 @ 115mph) I have taken it to a local German specialist (we have no Porsche dealer nearby) and the fault codes that it is throwing up are P0303 (cylinder 3 misfire), P0302 (cylinder 2 misfire), P0301 (cylinder 1 misfire), and P0011A (Camshaft position system performance), with Bank 1 deviation 13 degrees ! The mechanic also noted P0401 (control deviation) and P0016 (Crankshaft to camshaft position) !!!! HELP ? The car has been dealer serviced annually and has 116000 km on the clock. To me it appears to run fine, from the drivers seat anyway, after reset the engine light has gone off and initially stayed off for a couple days then returned, hence took it to mechanic that looks after wife's GTI and sons Audi as they are all German trained and appear to know their stuff. (Good local reputation, that can't be said of Porsche dealer that is more than 4 hours away) The mechanic can't do anything for a couple of weeks so I have brought the car home on a tilt tray and was hoping someone out there may be able to point me in the right direction... He has suggested, stretched cam chain ?, broken chain guide ?, and suggested the only real option is engine and gearbox out before they can even assess what it is. Obviously I am a little concerned as this was a big spend downunder for what appeared to be an immaculate car... three months of ownership and I am looking at the engine out, many $$$$ with no ability to get a quote as they have no idea what the real issue is. It starts fine and I idled it off the transporter and parked it up. Any assistance or ideas are appreciated. Cheers.
  2. Long time lurker, first time poster. I can usually find everything I need here by searching, but I'm stumped by this problem I'm having... Car is a 2000 C2 with 91k miles, and has run strong with the normal maintenance for the three years that I have owned it. I should also note that in the last year I have replaced plugs, coil packs, MAF sensor, and cleaned the throttle body. Not sure if this is related to my problem, but I was blowing leaves from my driveway last week and also blew them from of the spoiler fins of the car. Anyway, the next morning the car started, but the engine was running very rough with a loud knocking sound. I quickly shut it off and let it sit for a few days until I could take a closer look. The CEL was on and returned the P0302 code. After inspecting the air box and throttle body, I didn't see anything unusual beyond the air filter, so I ruled out any foreign object being blown into the engine from my stupid leaf blowing episode. I fired it up and it was still idling very rough with white smoke coming from the driver's side exhaust. Next, I replaced the coil pack and plug from cylinder #2 (assuming P0302 was denoting a misfire in cylinder 2), but I still had the same issue. Of note, the plug that was removed from cylinder #2 was wet and smelled of gasoline. From this, I assume that it was getting fuel, but not getting a spark. Now, the car won't start at all - it turns over and sputters, but won't idle. Based on my research on this forum, I feel like I've eliminated some of the easy/cheap fixes. Any other suggestions before I have it towed to the dealer? This car is my hobby - I have time, some tools, and a little aptitude. I'd prefer to sort this out myself, but I have a bad feeling about this one. Mike
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