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Keeps backfiring & spluttering wen i drive it but seems to b ok wen i go for long drives, also engine just stops sometimes wen i driving


Engine backfiring and spluttering is usually related to engine valve timing and spark timing if the engine is low to medium mileage and has not been pulled apart it is most likely related to spark timing
The crank angle sensor loose or intermittently faulty can cause all the symptoms you have described another cause although unlikely these days could be either water & or too much methanol in the fuel
Have your crank angle sensor tested change to 98 {premium unleaded} lower grade fuels are false economy let me know how you get on with this

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My 98 Porsche Boxster won't stay running I changed maf , fuel filter, air/oil separator ugh someone please help


DO YOU USE HIGH GRADE FUEL? IF NOT ANY OTHER FUEL CONTAINS ETHANOL WHICH ATTRACTS WATER/MOISTURE.

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1985 porsche 924 backfiring.


Check the air filter box for a rodent nest. change the air filter. No intake air no run. Perform an OBDII scan for stored fault history.

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Hi ihave a problem that tha car sadnly shutdown


if the vehicle is backfiring, u may hav a timing issue here.

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HELP...1987 944 wont start afer replacing timing belt


Hi, You need to get your timing belt checked. Dont attempt to start the engine until your timing pullys are reset because if your cam is set wrong it WILL cause valve damage.If it is allready correctly set then i suggest you test the compresion in case damage was caused when belt was fitted. Hope all works out ok 4 you.All the best.Phil

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