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Always have. It was great help!!! I may have been abit eager but sometimes you just have to go for it.. I can't remember exactly, but you would always get more smoke if it was parked on the side stand (as the oil would drain more freely through into the cylinders) than

We've wasted our time trying to remove the coolant tank, w/o success. Password Register Garage Garage Manage My Garage Browse by Username Browse Recently Added Browse Recently Modified Advanced Search Help FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & It should be when cold. If it is cronic, the turbocharger turbine seals are most likely needing replaced. http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?t=1022187

Porsche 996 Aos

If the AOS is bad, the oil fill cap will be hard to remove because it is under excessive vacuum. I suggest you do this first before changing the AOS. I really didn't think that I would get that from a 2001. I am sure that this isn't the first time that it happened, but it has been relatively cool around here, and I probably just wrote it off to "condensation evaporation." Well,

I'll try the 2 minute cooldown trick... I had smoke on start but it was oily smell white smoke, definitely not blue. But its sad to me that as they are adding so many GT features they can't engineer a system to stop Puff. Porsche 997 Blue Smoke On Startup The oil pressure gauge was travelling between 2.5 and 4.

Engine ran smooth. Porsche 997 Smoke On Startup And still a lot of nice, top-down days ahead. 11-27-2011, 04:59 PM #12 97 Boxster Registered User Join Date: Feb 2010 Location: Phoenix, Arizona Baby Posts: 495 Regards, Maurice. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Gadwood74    1 Member Members 1 12 posts From:St-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada Posted January 21, 2013 I still wonder Rockster 1,366 posts 72 months [report] [news]Wednesday 29th June 2011 monthefish said: Is that not potentially really bad for an engine?In extreme cases it is not good.Absent the extreme cases though

The tank sits above the HOT muffler and cooks until it gets brittle and cracks on the bottom. Porsche Boxster Blue Smoke At Startup I use "good oil", and have had smoke on start with the oil one bar above "minimum", and I've had smoke on start with the oil one bar below "maximum". If you have oil smoke for 2-3 minutes, you have serious issues/leakage - and likely high oil consumption - but that just sounds like steam from condensation to me. The fact that the car blinked twice when you lock it and once when you unlock it was a nice surprise to me yesterday, since that door latch had not been

Porsche 997 Smoke On Startup

I changed mine recently as a precaution as some other things were being done. http://986forum.com/forums/general-discussions/30281-smoke-start-up.html One cat have beed severely damaged because oil went in it (certainly due to the AOS failiure). Porsche 996 Aos Add to Want to watch this again later? Porsche Boxster Oil Separator should I be pressuring the service centre to investigate further?

Rich starts look like oil burners except for the smell of unburned fuel, the water is normal for a cat car. __________________ 911, allroad 09-06-2010, 12:00 AM Pelican Parts Technical maybe someone can shed some light: 86 carrera, 105k mi, recent oil change (correct level/amount of oil), valve adjustment semi recently, good leak down numbers on all cylinders. Seriously. Like the peasants, she needs a damn' good thrashing. 996 Aos Failure Symptoms

Hope it works out ok though - might be worthwhile checking the oil level to ensure it's not overfilled. should I be running round to a suitable garage!? only took him 30-45 mins. It was full, verification was made before departure.

I am in the middle of a thorough refresh of a lot of things (new fuel lines, oil return tubes, CHT, injectors and any other stuff I find needing attention). Porsche 996 White Smoke Advertisement MrTickle 1,816 posts 151 months [report] [news]Monday 13th August 2012 Hmm... Less when I'm going to head out on a long road trip and the oil is due to be changed while on the road.

Since it only gives me that one puff of smoke at the start, I will stop worrying.

Will post pics & spec soon - small laptop issue prevents me uploading photo's?. I was just wondering about this. Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Chat Downloads Guidelines Staff Online Users Activity Back Activity All Activity Search Store Back Store Orders Manage Purchases My Details Back Personal Information Porsche 911 Smoke On Startup More then likely that's what's gone.

If there is enough oil, you could get a cylinder hydraulic lock, which is very bad. Any excess oil will run in this direction. If not, I would have someone look at it pronto...hopefully for peace of mind rather than discovery of anything sinister. Some are still saying could be AOS...

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So 2 different issues.