Replacing the High Pressure Fuel Pump in my 2010 Porsche Panamera. This procedure should be relatively the same whether you have the 3.6 6 cylider or the 4.8 V8 NA/Turbo. (I’m replacing the HPFP in my NA Porsche Panamera 4s in this video)

PARTS NEEDED:
High Pressure Fuel Pump: 948-110-316-HX http://rennch.com/hpfp
Camshaft Plug: 948 105 114 00 http://rennch.com/camplug

Note: All of the OEM HPFP are “remanufactured” now. That’s what the “HX” means at the end of the part number. Not to worry, they are factory conditioned and ready to go.

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6″ Torx Drivers: http://rennch.com/torx

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