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  1. , they said that the car's battery, when disconnected probably tripped up the computer. They reset the computer but it soon started acting up again. I'm going to take it back since it needs an ignition coil replaced anyway. Who knows maybe that will fix it.
  2. Background: Not sure if it's a coincidence as I tend to have bad luck but I recently had a set of steel H & R springs installed on my Panamera 4S, and for the first day I had no issues. Today, two times, I was using manual mode (maybe significant, may not be) and three error messages came on simultaneously; "PSM Failure", "All Wheel Drive malfunction", and "Transmission Failure" The car would not go into Sport, Sport Plus or, PSM suspension settings and would shift but with significantly less power "limp mode". I immediately turned off the car and turned it back on and the messages disappeared and the car ran fine, this happened twice today, and only while I had the car in Manual mode. The car is out of warranty but curious if anyone has any
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