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When I said manual coding, I meant using the Coding/Adaptations tab. Not being familiar with PDCC, I didn't realise there was only one coding option. Were you able to change it from V8 to V6? Did you look in the Extended Identification tab, to see if the VIN was displayed, and if it could be changed there? Another thing you could try is running the Vehicle Handover. When calibrating the levelling system, you have to enter the security code at the beginning of the routine. It doesn't sound like PDCC has the same requirement for a code.
The link didn't work for me, but I managed to find the thread: 07 CTT PDCC Pressure Sensor Calibration - 6SpeedOnline - Porsche Forum and Luxury Car Resource WWW.6SPEEDONLINE.COM Cayenne Turbo - 07 CTT PDCC Pressure Sensor Calibration - Hi I have replaced the PDCC Control unit on my 2007 Porsche Cayenne Turbo (957). It was faulty (there was actually a fault code saying control module faulty !)... Although I can't help with your problem, it is not exactly the same as the one above. In his case, the fellow was able to read out the old control unit and write it to the new one. His problem was that he could not run the calibration routine. In your case, you say you can't write the data to the new control unit. Is the used CU exactly the same part number as the original? Can you manually code the new module? Is the problem with calibration? I have no experience of PDCC, but if it is the same as the levelling calibration, you have to get the security access code from Actual Values before running the calibration routine.
The "immobiliser" (PAS module) on a 987 is not under the left hand seat like it is on a 986. They moved it to the center console, so they don't tend to get wet. Very cleverly, they placed the Rear Control Module under the left seat instead, so that's what gets wet now. If the problem is, in fact, the PAS module you would be better having a new one fitted. You should be able to retain the existing keys, as they can be programmed to the PAS, unlike the 986. It seems crazy to fit a used DME, keys, and PAS module combo, on which you will never be able to have new keys made, and could well be more expensive in the long run. Just my 2 cents' worth.
I don't know for sure that this would work, but did you run Automatic Coding of all control Modules after adding venting and heating options in Vehicle Data Maintenance? From the Overview screen, press F7 for the additional menu. Choose Maintenance of vehicle data. On the M Numbers page, change the seat options to suit the seats you have fitted. Code with F8 on the final screen. Go back to Overview and press Ctrl & A to select all modules. Click Coding/adaptations and run Automatic coding. Like I say, I don't know if it will work for you, but this is the procedure for doing retrofits such as cruise control.
Richard Hamilton replied to Seth Nichols's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)As Seth says, press the 1, 4, and 8 buttons at the same time.
Richard Hamilton replied to rdymond's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)The diagnostic sheets for the TPS and Throttle Valve show the wiring, and voltage checks. PM on its way.
Richard Hamilton replied to Seth Nichols's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)The PCM takes its time signal from GPS. Is the navigation working properly? This is what the workshop manual says about the time setting after changing a PCM2.1 unit: For vehicle equipment with DVD navigation unit, switch on the PCM in clear surroundings (to load GPS almanac); as soon as four satellites are identified the almanac will reload. The time is updated again when there is a plausible GPS reception (four satellites). The date and time are also adopted once the GPS almanac has been loaded; it may be necessary to change over to summer time (daylight-saving time). This time is transferred to the instrument cluster. If the time is then manually changed by means of the instrument cluster, this time is adopted by the PCM and synchronised with GPS time. There is a screen which shows the number of satellites being received. Maybe also try switching to summer time to see if it will pick up the date. It can take a long time to update the GPS almanac, so be patient and check the date setting after a day or two. As for the sound, I can't help I'm afraid. Are there any on-screen messages? It is going into mute when you first switch on?
Richard Hamilton replied to Douglas Norton's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)You either have PCM2.0 (navigation) or a CDR23 (radio). Neither have user-entry security codes. In both cases, codes are stored in the head unit and in the DME (engine control unit). When you switch the ignition on, the codes are compared, and if they match the radio/PCM will start. It sounds to me like the bluetooth adapter has been incorrectly installed. I would take it back to the fitter, and get them to put it right.
pcm, no sound, navigation not available, telephone not available, maps not available, cd changer not available
Richard Hamilton replied to 224STU's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)There doesn't seem to be much point in trying to integrate the Bose amp if you aren't sure it is working. You can get a cable to connect the speakers directly to a head unit, provided the unit has speaker outputs, of course. The snag is that Bose speakers are 2 ohm impedance, and most head units (and amps) are designed for 4 ohm speakers. It would work, but the sound quality might suffer.
Richard Hamilton replied to Sparkatan's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)You can buy the upper part of the remote with the rubber buttons direct from Porsche - about £25. I think the rubber fuel cap strap comes with the cap. About £10.
Richard Hamilton replied to thomasshawn's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)It is always a nightmare working with non-standard wiring, and it is highly unusual (this side of the pond anyway) for a Porsche dealer to do wiring changes like that. I think you have the right idea to check all the connections and make sure everything is secure. Heaven knows what you will find under all that insulation tape.....
Richard Hamilton replied to thomasshawn's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)That looks like the control box for the seat memory.