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ferri

Changed spark plugs yesterday by doing the whole service

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Hi Porsche people

I changed the spark plugs of my 955 CTT  yesterday and I think the plug on cylinder 6 is not as the others. For me it does not show a realy scary image,

and I'm sure it is not urgent but can you see something more?

 

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