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  1. As JFP said an intermittent sensor or other fault can cause the not ready state. .
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    Factory Options List Example (available to our Contributing Members only) 2003 GT3 RS.pdf
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    Factory Options List Example (available to our Contributing Members only) 2017 Macan GTS.pdf
  4. Fault code 0470 CAN comfort in single-wire operation Note! This fault was detected by the 'rear convenience system' control unit. Possible causes of fault • Open circuit in CAN comfort (high) • Open circuit in CAN comfort (low) Diagnosis/troubleshooting Visual inspection: In the next troubleshooting section, please check first that the affected pins on the rear convenience system control unit plug connection are neither damaged nor corroded. The wiring and plugs of the affected components must also be checked for external damage and proper contact. Repair damaged or corroded pins if possible, otherwise replace affected pins. Repair or replace damaged wires. Sporadic faults: In the event of faults that occur sporadically, the wiring positions that are linked to moving parts on and in the vehicle must be checked for each system. Various statuses that can cause faults must be simulated with the help of the wiring diagram.
  5. DO NOT START A NEW TOPIC FOR A LOST RADIO CODE. DO NOT EMAIL ADMINS. Please read the Lost Radio Code FAQ FIRST before posting - then post in the one thread. This topic is now closed.
  6. Did you use the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ to get the correct serial number? If not, then please do so and repost. If you did use the procedure then it is likely that that radio has been repaired by someone other than Becker. In that case I can not help you. You would need to contact Becker or find another radio.
  7. You didn't read the Lost Radio Code FAQ "Can you give me a code for my PCM? These units are manufactured jointly by Siemens and Becker, and the only place where you can get the codes required is from the dealer/OPC. The PCM’s require two codes, the ICS/Siemens code, and a Becker code. The ICS is the first code requested. Sorry, the only place you can get a PCM code is from a dealer/OPC."
  8. 8N2 837 016 B door lock with door contact switch - right rhd - US MSRP $282.94
  9. 20 year old car - I would look for intake hose cracks /splitting. Many times you can hear an exhaust leak (phish-phish noise).
  10. Possible causes: – Incorrect signal from MAF sensor – Intake air system leaking – Fuel pressure too low – Volume supply of fuel pump too low – Fuel injectors fouled – Exhaust system leaking
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