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  • About TAILWAG
    Biography
    Motorsports aficionado since age 4
    Location
    Kansas
    Interests
    Cars and things that go fast
    Occupation
    Business Owner/Partner - Kids Marketing Agency
  • Signature
    2007 997TT EVT750 - cage, motons, GMG stuff, flex-fueled by Protomotive
    2012 GT-R 4.2L AMS Alpha 9 built stroker with built Sheps ONE-K
    2018 McLaren 720s
    2012 Jeep SRT - exhaust/intake daily driver

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  • Last Activity: 06-11-2019 10:50 AM
  • Join Date: 08-06-2009
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  1. 01-30-2017 03:44 PM
    aer
    I am going to do a durmatic scan before doing anything. That should tell me if it is the actuator, the cam or the cam sensor
  2. 01-29-2017 11:32 AM
    aer
    Hi-- My 2009 TT just threw a p0021 so I will replace the actuator. In your opinion should you replace both banks at the same time? The car has 29k miles on it. Also, how do you remove the airbox to get at the 2nd actuator. Thanks
  3. Bill Wallace
    08-24-2010 09:04 AM
    Tailwag, where in Kansas are you located? I'm in Topeka. Just joined this forum and have a 010 997TT on order which should be here mid-next week.

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