Thank you! It seems to just be a plastic cover so i'm not worried.Door check, pic 12.
I hope this next bit helps a few people out:
So I had my HPFP replaced Monday evening and I wanted to comment on something a lot of us have been talking about over the past year or so. A lot of owners have asked about the subtle hesitation they experience under low load and low speed and a lot of different explanations have come about. Well, I had experienced this issue since day one of ownership. I asked my dealer about it a few times, got no where, so I let it be. Since having my HPFP replaced, that hesitation is now gone. This is not placebo, its legitimately gone. I know its gone because I've been able to duplicate this issue every morning, while techs have been riding along, and basically anytime I do a cold start. Didn't seem to happen once everything warmed up. I used to get it really bad in 3rd gear around 30mph. Its no longer there. I don't know what this means exactly, but replacing the HPFP took care of my issue.
I am not claiming everyone who experiences this has a bad HPFP, but its a place to look when trying to diag this particular problem. My pump went out with no warning what so ever. The day it went out, I was on the highway doing some pretty long WOT "datalog" pulls against a Speed3 (my logs were faster) and everything was normal. Boost, AFRs, CATs, FRP, etc. We did about 10 minutes of datalogging while I was heading down to Miami. Got to Miami, and drove back home with no issue (about 80 miles both ways) Got in the car later that evening after it had sat for about three hours and the CEL was on, and i had a P0087 code. Had no choice but to drive my dealer which is about 55 miles from my home. It was struggling in the morning when it was cold, but after a few revs and some loud pops, everything seemed to settle down, and i putted along to work not going into boost. One additional piece of information: there was no smell of fuel anywhere. Not in the engine bay, not under the car, not near the tank, not in the car. If you were to be in the car while i was driving to work, AFTER it had warmed up, you would think nothing was wrong.
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