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2007 Porsche 997 Turbo - P0305 failure

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2007 Porsche 997 Turbo - P0305

I have a problem in a 2007 Porsche 997 turbo.

You walk with the vehicle about 40 minutes, and he accuses check engine. The code that shows the diagnosis is P0305. I have changed the game of spark plugs and ignition coils, but did not solve the problem. When I took the spark plugs, just the # 5 cylinder had a grayish color, while all others were with the color orange.

I would like to hear from you one of what could be done to solve the problem.

Thank you.

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If the plug in #5 is not bad, it is probably either the coil pack or the coil pack connector. Try moving the suspect coil to another cylinder, if the code moves with it, you need a new coil.

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Run a leak down test on the bad cylinder to see if there are any mechancial issues (bad valve, head gasket, etc.)................

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