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Everything posted by Loren

  1. Perhaps the switch was not assembled correctly. The key part of the switch can wear out also.
  2. Did you try to release tension in the ignition lock by moving the steering wheel?
  3. P0107 Ambient Pressure Sensor – Below Limit The ambient pressure sensor measures the air pressure. The ambient pressure sensor is incorporated in the DME control module. Are you using a Porsche specific code reader? If not, I would try reading the faults again with a Porsche specific reader.
  4. 1. The wiring diagrams differ by year and sometimes exact model. 2. The files are quite large. 3. RennTech.org Guideline/Rules... Copyrighted material: By registering here you agree not to post (or link to) any copyrighted material unless the copyright is owned by you or by this site. Repeat offenders will be banned from this site and their accounts, as well as the offending material, will be deleted.
  5. Use 955 201 366 03 (which is the latest part) plus the other parts listed (Line Holder and Bracket) below.
  6. Unless your fault code is exactly the same as the original poster you are likely just guessing. Best to get a Porsche fault code reader and see what your fault code(s) are.
  7. It is always helpful if you give us the exact model and year of your car.
  8. Read the Lost Radio Code FAQ and follow the procedure there - then post here.
  9. How old is your battery? 4 years or older? If so, I would replace it - Cayenne's do some strange stuff with a weak battery.
  10. Coolant can be tested to see it's viability to provide cooling. I would not change it unless is has become contaminated or does not test to minimum standards (for it's coolant type).
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