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17 hours ago, ekstroemtj said:

Actually i have codes which point to camshaft sensors. The shop changed thm already but the codes stay. Not a good sign. Maybe a timing problem or this solenoid we talked above. 

That is what i mean "everybody can be glad to have a shop which is looking little bit ahead of things" 

mine doesnt. The had the valve cover i

off. Not enough they didnt fix it proper. They know about the camshaft codes but they didnt have the wish to check the solenoid  while working there. 

What codes have you got? 

 

I did the actuator solenoid Seals today went really well and about 15mins work. I ended buying from local Porsche centre as I couldn't find anything generic in the market. $50 for the pair.

See pictures I put rtv gasket seal maker around the lip and used a 32mm socket to gently tap it into place, it actually goes in real easy. Quick wipe around and all done. 

 

I also changed the number 13 on parts diagram check valve that plugs into the AOS and two other tubes. One more tube with built in check valve number 25 is on order still. Really excited to get this last part and fingers crossed drive the ctt in top working order as Porsche intended, God knows I put enough time, did so much investigation and spent too much money on this thing now. The wife is questioning my logic in selling the stage 2 tuned 350bhp 2012 Golf R for this bigger boot Cayenne and so am I.

Must keep the faith........must keep the faith.......:biggrin: 

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