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  2. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Sorry, you did not read the Lost Radio Code FAQ... "Can you give me a code for my PCM?These units are manufactured jointly by Siemens and Becker, and the only place where you can get the codes required is from the dealer/OPC. The PCM’s require two codes, the ICS/Siemens code and a Becker code. The ICS is the first code requested.Sorry, the only place you can get a PCM code is from a dealer/OPC."
  3. Hello Paullubbock Can you send me the 3d model file so that I canget it printed. Thank you Joao
  4. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    hi at all members i have buy 996 year 2001 end i have lost code for problem low battery end porsche no have ! my Pcm is news year 2016 , i no find my 2 code unlook please is possible have code ? my number complete is on Photos tank's in advance
  5. For the fog lights check fuse A7 - it's 25A. AC is fuse E7 - it's 7.5A. If fuses blow again then you will need to find out what got melted. If that is the case, then start with the light switch itself.
  6. This afternoon I was replacing the headlight switch/AC side vent and went to tighten the headlight switch into the housing and somehow struck something on the electrical board with the four wires and has the diodes and shorted something out. It smelled like a resistor went. Now I have no front fog lights and my AC appears to be out. I am not sure if the AC compressor is kicking on, though I have all the controls working. Any ideas what I may have screwed up.
  7. Cranks but no start -Misfire

    Here is the simple dwg of the Cam notch positions with the crankshaft rotated 360 from the basic timing starting point shown in a previous Post in this thread. Boxster Bank Two Camshaft Timing.pdf It seems I do not have a timing problem according to the cam notches in the PDF attached.. The next task is to verify with the various TDC tests on each piston position.I'll report how useful the leakdown tester is in distinguishing between TDC Compression and TDC Overlap.I'll do this at the weekend.
  8. Cranks but no start -Misfire

    I added the MAF voltage readings in bold type to Ahsai's basic troubleshooting questions in the appropriate Post higher up the page, Doing the Maf test is a good opportunity to remove it,clean it, check that you have the latest part number for your Model Year - yes it varies by year ! Mine is # 986 280 218 055. Some discussions elsewhere mention ECU Doctors found an advantage in using the 996 # if your car is modified.
  9. Yesterday
  10. Loren - dunno if you notice - this thread is in the wrong section. FWIW - there are some rather lengthy threads on various Cayenne forum websites describing this fault on the 955/957 series - and some fixes. The problem is wear within the column control devices (magnets on shafts that move in/out of hall-effect sensors) - a few people have bodged a fix for it that doesn't require steering column replacement (Porsche's solution.) I have also heard of this happening if the wiring bundle under the passenger's or drivers floor carpeting has gotten water soaked and the splices within it corroding. This usually also causes other fault codes.
  11. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Thank you so much ... It worked first time entered! Now I have to get some cassette tapes :)
  12. OK thnaks I will see. I dont have auto fold in mirrors so I am not sure.. It just seems that sometimes I get one beep and sometimes two - will see if it ids different with finger or key... strange..... but it always locks! :-)
  13. Ok - sorry, for Entry and Drive... When locking by one finger on the door handle (button). The emergency flasher emits two flashes and an acoustic signal will sound twice. With the two beeps, all zones should be locked and the side view mirrors should fold in. My car (2017 Macan with Entry and Drive) does this though I think I might have heard it auto lock - and I think it only beeped once when it does that.
  14. Cranks but no start -Misfire

    Thank you Ahsai ! To help others follow I have separated the reply into distinct parts. " per the factory shop manual, we want to be at TDC compression when we time bank 1 (cylinders 1-3) and TDC exhaust when we time bank 2 (cylinders 4-6)."Insite. So we need to confirm the piston stage/compression/overlap in #1 .The tools required are mentioned in Posts above and alternative methods below.Best to double/triple check otherwise .... Below is a link that shows the cylinder numbering - so you know which place to put the TDC tool into ! Note the helpful comment by Loren comparing the M96 as fitted to the 996 vs the 986. We are discussing Boxster 986 here.Look for the color chart buried in a few Posts in this Thread below.See the April 12 post by Domiac to find the color chart.This is important because you must make the distinction between "TDC Compression" aka TDC firing = top of compression stroke and all intake and exhaust valves for that cylinder are completely closed and tht spark plug has just fired. TDC overlap (aka TDC Exhaust) is when all the valves are slightly open . There is one complete revolution of the crankshaft between the two events. If the chosen cylinder is at TDC and you need to know if it is compression or overlap you can refer to the chart or try using a leakdown tester on that cylinder. In theory TDC compression allows very little air to pass .TDC Overlap would allow air leakage because all the valves are slightly open. If you try the leakdown tester - compare Cyl #1 with Cyl # 4. When #1 is TDC compression, 4 is TDC overlap(slight leakage) .When Cyl 1 is TDC Overlap, # 4 is TDC compression.The chart shows this clearly for our 6 cylinder engine. This shows the chains and cams for a 5 chain engine.The 3 chain is similar.
  15. How is the damage around you town?
  16. Hello, Yes I have entry and drive. I believe I stated that in my original post... Thanks! Drehen Bis Klick!
  17. Depending upon how the vehicle is equipped, you will probably need to lower the engine slightly.
  18. Cranks but no start -Misfire

    BTW, super easy to verify CORRECT TIMING with any TDC tool. Start with TDC for cyl #1 (like your 1st column). It's actually TDC overlap (as opposed to compression) for cyl #1. Put a TDC tool in cyl #3. Rotate crank 120 degree, cyl #3 should be at TDC (compression). Then put the TDC tool in cyl #5, rotate crank 120 degree, cyl #5 should be at TDC (compression). Repeat the above for cyl #1, #6, #2, #4. Firing order 1-6-2-4-3-5 With your current TIMING, I expect #1&#4 to hit TDC compression simultaneously. Similarly for #2&#5, #3&#6.
  19. So, I got up under car to start taking measurements for the camshaft lock (similar to 9686) and noticed how little room there was at the front and rear of the engine to place the tool. In the rear (drivers side), the underside of the engine mount area seems to be in conflict. In the front of the engine, part of the frame crosses through the work area. Can the standard lock tool be put into place (front and rear) while the engine is in the car?
  20. Seat problem

    Exact model and year of your car, please?
  21. Cranks but no start -Misfire

    If your timing was correct, you start at column 1 reading, rotate the crank 360, you should see column 2 on bank 2. However, since your columns 1&2 were taken at the SAME TDC without crank rotation, you have the classic problem of failing to turn the crank 360 before timing (and installing the cams) on the second bank. The engine will run on 3 cylinders only. This issue should not have caused valves damage though but I'm not sure why the engine is stiff when it's close to TDC (with the spark plugs removed).
  22. i need to remove my front passenger seat on my 911 turbo and it is stuck all the way to the front covering the two front bolts. How can I remove the bolts?
  23. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Try 5010
  24. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Hello Loren.... I wasn't sure if one of the replies today was for my post last night. Thanks in advance ... Mark, Southern California Ps: Thanks for being such a great resource to so many with radio issues ....
  25. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Got it! thank you Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  26. Lost Radio Code - post your request here

    Yes, but radio components have been changed and your code could be anything now.
  27. If you check your fuse diagram, I think you'll find that the spoiler and rear trunk are on the same fuse. That would be the first place to look.
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