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Old 03-19-2009, 09:05 AM   #1
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Open Loop Fault


I'm quite new to the Porsche world and have only had mine for about a month, I bought it from a local garage and it has been back once already for a new coil pack. I have only really been driving it for about 2 weeks.

When plugging in my OBDII connector I noticed that the fuel system #1 says that it is Open Loop - Fault.

What does this mean as there are no DTC's? Where do I start to look or do I just try and take the car back to the garage and get my money back although I'm not sure that they will.

Thanks for any help you can offer


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