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2006 Cayenne S 202 injector code with secondary air code

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Live in SC and the temps have dropped 20 deg the last couple of days.  Been around 50 deg in the morning.  Check engine light came on with a 202 injector circuit code along with Secondary Air code.  Is it possible the secondary air caused the 202 injector code?   I am thinking the cold weather may expose an issue with one of my secondary air injectors.  140k and they have never been replaced. no noticeable issues driving.  


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Update,  cleared code and drove it around the block, no issues.  Parked for the day and came back later, got about a mile out from home and started skipping.  302 code on the same cylinder.  Replaced the coil and all is fine.   Got in this morning, started it up and threw a 202 code(fuel injector out of range) but runs great.   Running great all morning.  Still thinking injector 2 is going bad.   

Not suprised about the coils or possible injector.  I have have already had to replace one coil.  If I am not mistaken the injectors and coils are original with 140k miles.  

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