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Everything posted by Loren

  1. Those are called IPAS codes and you can only get them from a dealer/OPC.
  2. Try 2434 You will need a Porsche specific scan tool (like Durametric) to reset airbag codes. Of course, the fault needs to be corrected first.
  3. You will need a set of radio/nav removal keys. Available on Amazon for under $10.
  4. It is always best to use the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ as serial numbers change when radios are repaired. We'll take a chance that your radio has not been repaired... try 5496
  5. You should not have to - unless you hooked up the new battery backwards. If the polarity was hooked up correctly then you need to start looking for poor grounds. Starting with the battery cable then chassis grounds.
  6. These cars (specifically Cayenne) seem very sensitive to weak a battery and poor grounds. Whenever I see multiple electrical issues on a Cayenne - that is where I start.
  7. No charge for Contributing Members - so you are good.
  8. I am not sure the Classified section works on Tapatalk. Please use a computer.
  9. I had to approved your ad. Also, you marked it as a completed sale. It is approved now and has all the contact info as well I made it open again.
  10. Please post in the Classified's section.
  11. Could be the solenoid in your ICV is gotten weak. After all it is 20 years old. Yes, the MAF does nothing at idle. It comes into play above 4000 RPM.
  12. The original posters issue was likely caused by wheel/tire slip on wet or dirt covered pavement.
  13. If you are using a power bleeder (pressure bleeder) getting air in is almost impossible.
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