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2003 Porsche Boxster Roadster S 3.2L rear trunk VIN: WP0CB29833
03 porsche boxter came to our shop for help. porsche rear trunk will not open,someone deliberatly cut the cable to open the real trunk.i could hear rear hatch pull motor working and when customer tried to emergency opener,all the cable came right out. my quest...
2008 Volkswagen GTI 2.0L Radiator fan VIN: WVWHV71K68
I need some help from some VW guys. The radiator fans run anytime the engine is running. The engine management shows 48 to 53 percent duty cycle to the fan after start up, even cold. The oil temperature reads -60 degrees C at all times. This has a BPY engine. ...

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2003 Audi A6 Quattro 2.7L Engine VIN: WAULD54B14
Thanks for everyone's help. We used only the long block, keeping the original wiring harness, intake and exhaust manifolds, coils and valve covers. the engine started right up with no problems and runs great.
2003 Audi A4 Quattro 3.0L fuel gauge VIN: WAULT68E33
Well, sort of. We unplugged the cluster to inspect the connector, couldn't see much wrong so we reconnected it and the fuel gauge started to work. It has been OK for two weeks so far. We believe that this car needs a cluster but it is an expensive guess so w...
1999 Land Rover Range Rover 4.0L Misfire, MIL Lamp on VIN: SALPA1247X
Thanks for the ideas what next step should be taken, but customer decide not to go any further. He thought it was something simple and quick fix. We told him we are not even done diagnosing the vehicle. I'll update this if anything new come up, thanks. Trouble codes: P0300 (Random misfire), P0307 (Cyl. 7 misfire), P1316 (Excessive emission misfire fault), P1314 (Catalyst damage bank B misfire fault), P0430 (Cat below efficiency bank 2), P0420 (Cat below efficiency bank 1).
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