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Ethanc

Code P0107 Sluggish at low RPMS but winds up

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I solved my random dying and won’t start till it’s cold problem....the the crankshaft position sensor. But now the big issue....

Very responsive throttle in park! 
But lost responsiveness in each gear up to 4000rpms...shifts smooth yet very sluggish and then WINDS UP and screams like a race car in each gear after 4200 rpms! I can’t figure out why? ANYONE relate???

Already Replaced:
MAF
AOS
crankshaft position sensor 
Air filter
O2 sensors 2 front 

2000 Boxster S 3.2 manual transmission

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P0107 Ambient Pressure Sensor – Below Limit

 

The ambient pressure sensor measures the air pressure.
The ambient pressure sensor is incorporated in the DME control module.

 

Are you using a Porsche specific code reader?

If not, I would try reading the faults again with a Porsche specific reader.

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