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    2000 Boxster,2006 cayenne titanium edition
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    2001 911 turbo

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  1. roberta berks

    PCM code?

    Thank you kindly...
  2. Blank PCM and ac/heat screen is blank too.. hope someones got some insight on something other than fuses (all good)or 148 reset ect. Ive removed PCM how can I check it or some module that it and the ac/heat below it,plugs into?
  3. Im getting conflicting info.. some say there is a code for 2006 Cayenne S PCM some say there is not one.Mine doesn't work so I thought maybe I need code after my Battery was replaced?I dont have my code but is it even required?
  4. A/c and heat controls are blank and fuses are good..any ideas what else this could be? appreciate any help..
  5. PCM seemed to stop working with old low voltage battery ..new battery 2 months ago and PCM and ac/heat blower controls under PCM dont work either just blank..no aux battery in trunk..Loren mentioned maybe some reprogramming needed..keys dont operate anything either with new batterys in keys..no kessy.. Makes sense being off the ground errors though..will post if any changes while driven on hard pavement.. thanks again for the great help!
  6. 2006 Cayenne Titanium S started losing voltage from not driving..replaced battery under seat...Car was sitting for 2 years...No aux battery in trunk.Car starts runs fine with new battery.. but..Car has blank PCM screen..radio is very muffled sounding and quiet,only can change radio from steering wheel not blank PCM..,cd player in PCM works but like radio very low sound..rear hatch does not open or click..ac /heat blower not working and its blank too..Key batterys were dead..replaced both battery's and does not work to lock unlock doors or hatch with new key battery's.. PSM light on too.(Its not in off mode).tried 148 code and the main and trip hold on PCM..checked all fuses and pulled and replaced all fuses,all 3 fuse areas getting above 12v with key turned on...Nada..45k miles almost mint Florida weather car.. Thinking about icarsoft scanner for Porsche...dont want to spend to much if this could work on scanning my problem.. any help is truly appreciated..
  7. Update..after pb blastering rotors overnight took off the very tight calipers today..rotors stuck,wouldn't budge..took a pry bar and popped them off..e brake was turned all the way out in drum of rotor. clicked the adjustment pin all the way down to compress it..I could care less about ever using the ebrake so no adjustment clicks back ..washed and brake cleaned everything up..wheels spin now..Thank you Nurbek l..
  8. thanks..car is extremely programmed to go to the stealer..
  9. Update^^ No rear aux battery...
  10. 2006 cayenne titanium S.haven't checked under Bose in rear which is under the deflated spare tire for a second battery..Ive heard some say 2nd batt is an option for that year, as well as no because of Bose..In the interim can I hook up another 12v batt in parallel outside the car to check if some electrical gremlins go away(or am I going to add more gremlins to this hyper sensitive vehicle) even though my 2 month old battery is showing 12v plus?
  11. Excellent information Nurbek 1.. Thank you for taking time to write this up..did try option A but had no idea about those pins in back..will update soon..
  12. Update^^ ebrake seems to be stuck in rotors,got rear hubs turning after prying on rotor and removing 50 torx bolt..
  13. Thanks helps a lot..well I believe its the e brake shoes holding on rotor..didn't remove caliper just pushed out pads..but cant take off 5mm triple bolt its stripped..took off the other t50 torx on rotor and now the rear drive shafts are spinning and rotor is staying put..Can I cut this e brake somewhere or pull it out of the rotor from the back to release it from rotor?(I know its not the right thing to do just temporarily)dont need it anyway..thanks much
  14. Anyone have any product # for Vag tool for 2006 Cayenne S? I believe it works 90% of what durametric does I hear...thanks much
  15. Thanks..What would you check on rear diff and driveshaft?they look good..car has 45k miles..

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