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Question - 2002 Porsche Carrera 996 misfires

Old 10-13-2015, 01:08 AM
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My name is Allan and I am new to the group. I have an issue with my 2002 Porsche 996 Carrera convertible that I would like to socialize hoping someone could perhaps shed some light on what the possible causes of the problem.

I have recently replaced the engine oil cooler. I drove the car for a week and then one day it stalled and when I attempted to start it, it sounded like a tractor. I took to my mechanic garage and after plugging into the computer the following errors came up: P1341 (inlet camshaft, bank1)), P0344 (phase sensor 1 (camshaft Hall-effect sensor 1), P0300 (misfire detection (total), P0301 (misfire, cylinder 1), P0302 (misfire, cylinder 2), P0303 (misfire, cylinder 3). My mechanic checked the coil, wires, plugs, etc and further investigation 2 of the cylinders have no compression. he wis suggesting to take the engine out to check if the issue is related to timing adjustment or damaged valves.. before I get deep into this and remove the engine, could there be any other possible causes to check? thanks for taking the time to read this and I would greatly appreciate any advise or input from the group. regards - Allan
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