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I have a stock 2001 996 TT.

I was at a HPDE and had the CEL come one. The code was P1341. The car was running fine and the CEL stayed off all day after being reset. The code came on at the end of the second day and stayed off for 3 days after being reset and just came on again. The car continues to run fine and was very strong (as usual) on the track.

I understand that this is related to the camshaft adjustment for bank 1 and have read the related threads on the other forums. Is there anything specific to the 996 TT that I should consider and is there a recommended order to resolve this issue when working on a 996 TT?

Jim

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Not really, probably an actuator issue. Relatively straight forward fix:

P1341 Camshaft Adjustment, Bank 1 – Below LimitPotential causes:– Short to ground– Actuator faulty– Open circuit in triggering wire– Open circuit in B+ supplyI'd check the wiring connector for corrosion or a bad wire, a common cause.

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