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  3. I just picked up a 2011 Cayenne S with faulty air suspension. I got it with the bladders fully deflated and assumed there was a leak, after jumping the pins on the compressor the suspension was able to air back up. I checked to make sure the 40 A fuse wasn't blown, no problems there. I assume it must be a bad relay, does anyone know where it is located? I cant seem to find any info regarding the relay...
  4. Thank you my man. Works perfectly!
  5. I also read about the metal “burp” clip being left up while running the car . - I know drivers of track cars have been known to do this .
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  7. Hi I have a Becker CDR-220 The Serial No is 15064360 Can someone get me the code? Thanks!
  8. Just get a genuine or Pierburg (OEM). Both use composite blades.
  9. For 986 boxsters - Has anyone got or has put together a list of water/coolant pumps by brand showing which have metal and which have plastic impellers ? It would be useful as so many here are saying don’t get a replacement with metal impeller . Thanks
  10. I am loosing fuel pressure when engine is off. I have replaced both pumps and the pressure regulator. I suspect that one of the many fuel lines inside the tank is bleeding off pressure. How can I test this.
  11. The guru JFP speaks the truth. I must and will listen to this advice. 👍
  12. Usually, yes. A metal impeller will do unfixable damage to the engine cases, resulting in overheating issues that cannot be fixed, as well as filling the entire cooling system with fine metal dust that is a pain to get out.
  13. I would be smoke testing the system before dropping the tank with the code you have. If you take the time or pay someone to replace a part that is not the actual issue, and before confirming the actual fault, you are going to feel pretty dumb, and we don’t want that happening 😳
  14. If the plastic has disintegrated should several coolant system flushes get pieces out ? Thanks
  15. Can you tell me the details of the company in France that has the ecu kits please as I have a need for one . Thanks
  16. Here is his post, however, unlike his issue I am able to fill the tank full of gas without any problem. Maybe it is the regenerative throttle body valve? https://rennlist.com/forums/996-forum/950027-replaced-fuel-vent-valve-now-unable-to-fill-gas-tank-2.html
  17. The gas cap is brand new and hence the woosh sound when I opened it. All the vent hoses to the canister are tight. Not sure what else to look at. Frustrating!
  18. Rusting trim is usually not a warranty issue unless the dealer wants to cover it under goodwill.
  19. Good call on checking the code by DBJoe996; the code you are seeing is for a gross tank ventilation leak, usually caused by a bad gas cap, detached or leaking vent hose on the EVAP canister or similar hose. It is not for that valve which would be a different code. Start by looking at the seal on your gas cap and looking at the hoses for the EVAP system, which do not require dropping the fuel tank.
  20. It sounds it may be the ABS pump trying to compensate. A complete braking fluid flush should help.
  21. In my case the noise is coming from the brake pads moving inside the brake calipers, it started right after I replaced my old pads with new Bosch pads that I got on Amazon.
  22. P0455 was the code. I posted about this problem awhile back on Rennlist and the other option was the throttle body regeneration valve replacement I have a good feeling that this vent valve will do the trick. It is practically hidden somewhere and I can’t find it anywhere. I have already replaced the fuel filler vent valve. Car is a 1999 C4 manual transmission with 130k on it. Need help with P0455 Code - Rennlist - Porsche Discussion Forums RENNLIST.COM 996 Forum - Need help with P0455 Code - OK, I need some help with this P0455 code that recently came up on my 1999...
  23. There has to be a procedure out there for removal and replacement in a workshop manual somewhere. I don’t want to take my wheel off unless I have to. I’ve taken the plastic cover off to get into wiring but before I go any further and do unnecessary work I’m hoping someone can help.
  24. I have just purchased a 2018 Boxster 718 and it certainly is a huge upgrade over my 2007 Boxster. I noticed the tail pipe is already rustier than the 2007 was? The car has less than 11,000 miles on it so I’m concerned. Has anyone else had this issue? Would this be covered under the factory warranty. Thanks Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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  26. I have replaced both fuel pumps. From videos I have seen it seems that if it was a bad back flow valve the loss of pressure would be slow. This loss is instant. I suspect it is a vacuum hose problem. Can someone point me in the direction of what hose it could be.
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