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    2006 Porsche Cayene 4.8 V8

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  1. i try to start the engine and get more faults P1517 Main relay circuit P2138 Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch D / E voltage correlation P2122 Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch D circuit low input P2127 Throttle/pedal position sensor/switch E circuit low input i have right now no idea what that means
  2. hi, i have a 2006 cayenne the car dont start. the only trouble code what i have is P1517 Main circuit. i dont get 12 V to the Pumps only if i jump the Relay. the Relays are new. what could cause that problem? please help
  3. anyone know where the shut off valve is by the 2006 cayenne 4.5 V8 without turbo??
  4. i have only on Pin 2 no power but i don't know if there should be power??? if i put 12V to the Pump the pump runs but if i check in the front the pressure by the rails there is no fuel comming out. so i have here an electric problem and a mechanical. but i have first to find out where my electrical problem is
  5. Hi, i have a 2006 Cayenne. the cayenne runs dry. after i filled the tank again with gasoline the car doesnt start. i checked both connetctors on the right and left side on the pumps. by starting the engine or doing the ignition on i have 0V on the connector so i was thinking both relay are damage. i change the relays but still don't get 12V on the connector. i open the old relays put the relays back in and press the relays manually and both pumps are running.i checked also all fuses and they are OK. the relays have 5 pins Pin 1 color code red had 12V Pin 2 color code gre
  6. Hi, i have a Cayenne Turbo of 2006. i got now the trouble codes P2187, P2189 and P0441 the symtoms are follow is the engine is cold everything works perfect but if the engine is heating up the rpm drops during the driving back to 900 rpm. i can play with the accelaration pedal nothing happens after 3 seconds but he pick up the rpm for a short spin of 50 yards then the same happen. had somone the any idea what it could be??? thanks
  7. how can i check the Valve block??? the rear Suspension Comes up but because of the failure in the front Suspension i can't regulate it
  8. CAN YOU HELP ME BY MY AIR SPRING PROBLEMS???

  9. hi, i have a Porsche cayenne of 2006 and have some problems with the air suspension. i changed all seals and the airspring in the front and yesterday everything was ok. today i went to the car and the airsuspension in the front was down again. i start the engine and touched the leveler to raise up the car. i heard how the compressor was working but the front suspension stay down. after a while the light for the ABS and Traction control went on and the speedometer went up to 90mph. the ABS light and traction control light stay now on and in the dash comes the message PSM failure. i
  10. Hi, i have a Porsche Cayenne of 2006 and want to reset my Service in the dash. i know it gives a sequenzzy to reste it with the button in the dash. do someone know how it was??? Thanks
  11. Hi, i have a 2006 Porsche Cayenne Turbo. if i lock the Car with the FOB and stay in the front of the Car The hazard lights start with blinking. i have then to unlock the Car that the lights stay out. had anyone an idea what the problem is?? how can i reset the Service message in the Dashboard?? Thanks for any help
  12. are that the O Rings? http://www.ebay.com/itm/PORSCHE-OEM-11-17-Cayenne-Front-Suspension-Air-Spring-O-ring-N90367701/252730153941
  13. i have a 2006 Porsche Cayenne 4.5 V8 Bi-Turbo. after i parked the car overnight the front suspension goes down and the rear stay up. the display show nothing about a failure. if i start the engine the front goes up and after a short while i hear that by the passenger side airfilterbox the air get short release again. the whole suspension is working perfect only that the fron goes down over night. i sprayed all lines and airbags in with dish liquid to see whether there is a leak but i didn't find anything. can it be that the regulation valve is not proper working or the little valve
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