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Old 06-25-2019, 06:52 PM
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Car came back from Porsche, they found the bypass the previous owner installed (the exhaust is stock).
so far so good, no warning car drives perfect.

Will update ...

Thanks all for your assistance, greatly appreciate it.
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I really need to drive this car at sea level. Not winning the lottery is frustrating. lol
I am at sea level but I feel your pain, my car just had a great oil report (best one of any of the DFI motored cars I have owned) and isn't using much oil even during track days. Runs flawlessly, doesn't miss a beat! I'm only at 15K miles though. Plenty of rush hour traffic around here to hopefully accelerate the process.
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Default Happened today again

Happy 4th of July everyone

Unfortunately got the warning message again reduce power driving permitted..... again. Heading the dealership tomorrow without an appointment.

the weird thing is that I didnĺt rev is at all it was happening at 3k rpm
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Old 07-04-2019, 11:55 PM
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Happy 4th of July everyone

Unfortunately got the warning message again reduce power driving permitted..... again. Heading the dealership tomorrow without an appointment.

the weird thing is that I didnĺt rev is at all it was happening at 3k rpm
My money is on new engine.
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Old 07-05-2019, 03:52 PM
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Dropped the GT3 in Porsche of Fremont. It is in Gunter hands and he is amazing and knows GT3s inside out.

The car car is going to be in the dealership for week or so , asked to replace the front lip as well, will
keep you updated.

Really appreciate the help guys !!

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Old 07-05-2019, 09:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Shamir Udi View Post
Dropped the GT3 in Porsche of Fremont. It is in Gunter hands and he is amazing and knows GT3s inside out.

The car car is going to be in the dealership for week or so , asked to replace the front lip as well, will
keep you updated.

Really appreciate the help guys !!

cheers
No worries. Hopefully you will be enjoying your new engine soon.
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According to what I've read, most def, but need to wait for diagnostic!
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Porsche will fix it.
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Old 07-09-2019, 03:25 PM
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Hey Everyone,

Got word back from the service advisor at Porsche. The DME showed misfire on Cylinder #5 that happen on high temp in low revs.
They have replaced the coil and say the engine works normally, they will continue testing it as I asked to replace the front lip as well so the car will stay there for additional2-3 days.

Will update.

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Hey Everyone,

Got word back from the service advisor at Porsche. The DME showed misfire on Cylinder #5 that happen on high temp in low revs.
They have replaced the coil and say the engine works normally, they will continue testing it as I asked to replace the front lip as well so the car will stay there for additional2-3 days.

Will update.

Cheers
Going through the normal protocol. Good luck.
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Originally Posted by Shamir Udi View Post
Hey Everyone,

Got word back from the service advisor at Porsche. The DME showed misfire on Cylinder #5 that happen on high temp in low revs.
They have replaced the coil and say the engine works normally, they will continue testing it as I asked to replace the front lip as well so the car will stay there for additional2-3 days.

Will update.

Cheers

Sounds a bit familiar. Ultimately they're installing a new engine into my car as we speak but it took some time diagnosing it with coilpacks, secondary air pump, etc.
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Goodluck. Curious what they charged you for the 5 year extension?
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Hey Everyone,

Got my GT3 back from Porsche, they have replaced the coil and made several driving in high temp and no more alerts.
They did say that yellow oil overfill warning came up and indeed when I took the car and noticed the yellow warning light on. The car did oil service month ago and the light never came on, perhaps its a sensor.


Now its waiting time, wonder when ill need to head back for en engine
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Originally Posted by Shamir Udi View Post
Hey Everyone,

Got my GT3 back from Porsche, they have replaced the coil and made several driving in high temp and no more alerts.
They did say that yellow oil overfill warning came up and indeed when I took the car and noticed the yellow warning light on. The car did oil service month ago and the light never came on, perhaps its a sensor.


Now its waiting time, wonder when ill need to head back for en engine
I'd give it a week lol. That overfill thing is normal. Well, they all do it.
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