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mills914s

Did My fuel Filter today and found

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Did my fuel filter today, I'm lucky enough to have a friend with a great shop. And after 5 when he closes up we can work on the Boxster. So tonight I put it up on the lift and did the fuel filter. I had no idea the whole bottom of the car was covered with a plastic shroud. The filter I pulled of was original from the factory. 77,000 miles and she got her first fuel filter. It seems to run so much better (I know right-gee you think) . So as we were looking around we found some oil on the passenger side of the motor. Here are some photos what do you guys see and think? AOS problems? or is this a cracked oil filler? Oh and last week I was getting a CEL with a code of P1128 and 1130. I cleaned the MAF and just did the filter. Thanks for any input :thumbup:

Seth

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Nice work, always "feels" better right! :)

Best way to attack leaks are to clean the area, then monitor.

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Thanks for the reply. I'll do that. I think I'm going to order a aos and a j tube and maybe a oil filler tube from pelican . Seems like those are the most common to crack and fail from what I've read on this forum. Another thing I noticed was when the car was in the service position engine compartment open .... For one split second as I revved the motor I could hear a pffffffttttt and then it stopped . Not sure this is normal or a vacuum leak.

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