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1999 Porsche Carrera 996 idle issues - Pelican Parts Forums

Mar 24, 2011 · Posts:2. 1999 Porsche Carrera 996 idle issues. Hello. I recently purchased a '99 carrera C2 through a private party. The car is in showroom condition and I had it preinspected at Porsche w good results and installed the newer LN Engineering Bearing and at the same time they installed a new cluch and oil seal for around $2800. 911uk - Porsche Forum :View topic - Random misfire Jan 04, 2017 · 911UK - UK Porsche 911 Resource Site & forum, Porsche Specialist, Insurance, parts, sales 911uk - Porsche Forum :View topic - Random misfire multiple cylinders - 997

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Aug 07, 2021 · In addition, the later-style E-gas sensor has been updated at least twice as of this writing. Porsche updated the sensors in the Carrera in 2002 with the introduction of the 3.6 liter engine. Here is a chart that shows the differences between all of the sensors:Porsche Part # BOSCH Part # Application. Notes. 996.606.123.00. 0-280-217-007 Porsche 911 Carrera Common Engine Problems - 996 (1998 Thereafter it idles smoothly at 800 rpm and performs performs normally. This happens with cold or warm engine. Based on suggestions from my tech all six coil packs, spark plugs, oxygen sensors, leaky oil filler tube, and MAF have all been replaced. As a result performance has improve significantly and showed no Porsche 911 Carrera Oxygen Sensor Replacement - 996 Aug 06, 2021 · Comments:Hi ,my name is Miguel ,i have a Porsche 911 997 2005 3.6 engine,i have a problem with my motor ,when the vehicle is in the process of warming up,it hesitate and also have an idle problem,also miss fire when push the gas pedal,until the vehicle is warmed 170 degrees , it work 98% ,i change the spark plugs ,but no change,put new air

Porsche 911 Carrera Throttle Body Cleaning - 996 (1998

Aug 13, 2021 · Shown here is the early-style cable throttle with the idle control valve (green arrow). This valve controls the air that passes by the throttle. If it's clogged you will get erratic idle and warm up problems. Be sure to use a new gasket when you remount the idle control valve to the throttle body. Porsche 993:Why is My Car Hesitating? Rennlist

  • Step 1 Check The O2 SensorStep 2 Replace The CHT SensorStep 3 Pull and Clean The Idle Stabilizer ValveStep 4 Check For A Vacuum LeakStep 5 Swap The DME Relay and Use Some Fuel Line CleanerStep 6 Check The Injector ValvesStep 7 Check The Air Filter and Intake SystemStep 8 Check The CoilsRelated Discussion and SiteA bad sensor will signal the ECM to send the wrong fuel:air mixture to the engine. The O2 sensor tells the ECM to deliver the correct amount of fuel and air to the engine. When this is bad, too much fuel can flood the engine and incomplete combustion occurs. This can result in some back fires and sputtering. Injectors will gum up with heavy carbon deposits, and this will definitely cause some hesitation upon acceleration. This may or may not cause your CEL to come on; so in the absence of a warning light, doInfinity PNP Porsche 997.1 05-08 N/A & 07-09 Turbo M/T Infinity PNP Porsche 997.1 05-08 N/A & 07-09 Turbo M/T. The Infinity ECU (PN 30-7109), when combined with the Plug & Play Adapter Harness for the Porsche 997.1 2005-'08 Carrera/Targa/GT3 Naturally Aspirated and 2007-09 Turbo (PN 30-3905), completely replaces the factory Porsche ECU and does not require any additional accessories, sensors or Porsche 997 - This is engine noise normal? - Page 1 - 911 Feb 01, 2016 · Hi just been to view a 2005 997 Carerra S. The car is in good condition but the engine is making a slight tapping noise. Is this noise normal for the 3.8 997 engine?

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    An actual value of approx. 125.00 °crk is displayed at idle speed. This value can change to approx. 85.00 °crk during acceleration at full throttle. This results in an adjustment value of approx. 0.00 °crk at idle speed and up to 40.00 °crk at full throttle. Troubleshooting Porsche Check Engine LightJan 22, 2021 · This will result in various, mostly random running issues, ranging from poor idle, stalling to cutting out at higher engine speeds. In any case, a defective part will need to be replaced. Code:P1025. Camshaft Position Sensor:All V8 engines have Variable Valve Timing and can suffer from camshaft position sensor related problems. This can cause very rough idle combined with stalling 997:Uneven Idle when cold - Water Cooled 911s - PFAMay 31, 2015 · Result, car is idling fine now, touch wood, and the hesitation off idle seems to be gone, i.e. better throttle response from idle. 2 t888 and IAM_911 reacted to this