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    California
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    02 Boxster S
    FX 50s
    F-150
  • Future cars
    911R
  • Former cars
    M5
    M3
    G37S
  1. My 2011 Panamera base showed “fault transmission” and went into limp mode. Turned off the car and restarted. No more message and it ran fine. Took car to dealer to get checked out as a precaution. They are saying that the dme and trans are not communicating. They have to replace the dme or the entire transmission! WTF? They said it may be due to a battery replacement by the previous owner and that the battery was not “coded”. Sounds like BS. Anybody heard of this?
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