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code help please 174 and 322

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took my 2.5 1999 boxster to garage this morning as having regular misfire codes appear and I now have the porsche codes, the garage says sell the car as to much money for the work to be carried out and says the chain on bank one has jumped and timing all over the place, engine out and mega money,  can anyone help at all please to see if there is a solution


Codes are 322 and 174 o4iginal codes 62, 50, 51 and 52, please help before i sell 

Edited by shaun 1972
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174 Camshaft adjustment, bank 1

322 Timing chain out of position, bank 1


Yes, you have a sizeable problem. If the car has not been run then any additional damage may have been averted.

If not, then you likely won't know until you open it up.  Sorry...

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