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Hi Guys,

 

Can anyone please help with the part number for the CPS for my 2003 996 carerra auto.

 

thanks 

mileet

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Is this the part that would make the car stop running?

had a few occasions over the last 12 months where the car would almost cut out/or cut out then misfire real bad until I managed to rev through it. the last few times it happened a message came up that said oil pressure to low. I had it full serviced ,and it ran fine for about a week , then same message appeared all i had to do was turn car off for two minutes then restart it misfired for a bit then revved through it. i left it ticking over for about an 40 mins (had a small accident) i could hear the misfire sound and this time it cut out, i went back to try and start it after maybe 10 mins and now it cranks but won' start. i've put fuel in still no joy

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Sorry Loren is that the right part number as mines a 996, and that part number is 986?

Thanks

Mike

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does that sound like the right diagnosis for the symptoms i described no faults showing on snap on computer?

 

thanks

 

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