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p1128 and p1130


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OK here we go I have a 2000 boxster and I keep getting codes p1130 and p1128 I have replaced the oil filler tube had a crack in it put in a new MAF replaced the air oil separator new gas filter checked every were for a vacuum leaks car runs just fine I clear the code

drive it for about 100 miles and the codes come back so were do look next ?

and how do I check the fuel pressure . PLEASE HELP THANKS

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OK here we go I have a 2000 boxster and I keep getting codes p1130 and p1128 I have replaced the oil filler tube had a crack in it put in a new MAF replaced the air oil separator new gas filter checked every were for a vacuum leaks car runs just fine I clear the code

drive it for about 100 miles and the codes come back so were do look next ?

and how do I check the fuel pressure . PLEASE HELP THANKS

It sounds like the only thing you haven't done is check the oil dipstick tube and replace the gas and oil cap. The oil dip stick tube sometimes can develop a crack and be tough to pinpoint.

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OK here we go I have a 2000 boxster and I keep getting codes p1130 and p1128 I have replaced the oil filler tube had a crack in it put in a new MAF replaced the air oil separator new gas filter checked every were for a vacuum leaks car runs just fine I clear the code

drive it for about 100 miles and the codes come back so were do look next ?

and how do I check the fuel pressure . PLEASE HELP THANKS

It sounds like the only thing you haven't done is check the oil dipstick tube and replace the gas and oil cap. The oil dip stick tube sometimes can develop a crack and be tough to pinpoint.

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I am having the same problem chasing a similiar problem but with a P1124 and a P1126.I too changed my AOS to the new type with a new "j" tube.I sprayed starting fluid on all joints while running hoping that the engine would sputter and it didn't.I will get a fresh can of starter fluid tomorrow and will try spraying gas and oil cap while running and also the oil dipstick that someone suggested to you.I thought this problem was fixed until a mile from my home after a 25 mile trip.

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I am having the same problem chasing a similiar problem but with a P1124 and a P1126.I too changed my AOS to the new type with a new "j" tube.I sprayed starting fluid on all joints while running hoping that the engine would sputter and it didn't.I will get a fresh can of starter fluid tomorrow and will try spraying gas and oil cap while running and also the oil dipstick that someone suggested to you.I thought this problem was fixed until a mile from my home after a 25 mile trip.

The starter fluid works on vacuum hoses and connections before the fuel intake manifold (pre-spark plug.) It is not advisable to spray fuel or oil caps or dipstick tube as nothing should happen.

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I am having the same problem chasing a similiar problem but with a P1124 and a P1126.I too changed my AOS to the new type with a new "j" tube.I sprayed starting fluid on all joints while running hoping that the engine would sputter and it didn't.I will get a fresh can of starter fluid tomorrow and will try spraying gas and oil cap while running and also the oil dipstick that someone suggested to you.I thought this problem was fixed until a mile from my home after a 25 mile trip.

The starter fluid works on vacuum hoses and connections before the fuel intake manifold (pre-spark plug.) It is not advisable to spray fuel or oil caps or dipstick tube as nothing should happen.

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I have been reading the vacuum canister has a bad track record.It has cracks that show up when pressurized under water .I am considering purchasing a smoke machine when the price is right.Any thoughts?

Yes, a smoke machine is the preferred way to go. A good Indy or shop should be able to do this locally and reasonably. If you end up purchasing one yourself and doing a DIY, let is know. A good write up will be very helpful!

Good luck!

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