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Everything posted by Loren

  1. Not likely engine damage. A flashing CEL indicates potential engine damage and/or cat damage.
  2. P000C - DME DFI) control unit Possible fault causes - Dynamic driving style when oil level is near minimum (oil foaming) - Solenoid valve for hydraulic camshaft adjustment faulty (e.g. mechanical fault or dirt (oil circuit) ) - Engine oil pressure too low (e.g. oil thinning, oil thickening, wrong oil quality, oil pressure control or oil pump faulty) - Camshaft adjustment faulty - Intake camshaft stuck
  3. Alarm Fault Code 46 & 47 - Central locking synchronization These faults are stored in the memory if at least one door contact does not reach the safe position after two synchronization actuations towards safe. You likely have a bad microswitch in one of your door locks. If Durametric lets you test the door locks (like PIWIS does) then it should tell you which lock.
  4. 996 107 254 03 -- US MRSP (at your Porsche dealer) $71.49 Expect Sunset to be well below that.
  5. It should come up under "Source" as "XM Sirius" - whether you are a subscriber or not.
  6. According to the parts list there is one center console.
  7. What is the exact model and year of the car, please?
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