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  1. Sorry, for all the questions. Which vacuum line in the engine compartment are you unhooking? Are you blowing air in from the engine side of the LDP right there in the rear of the vehicle where you unhooked it or are you actually going to the engine compartment and blowing air from there and if so from where? How were you able to blow air in with an air bed inflator? Is an air compressor too much? If the LDP is good, there should be no oil coming out and only air, correct? If oil does come out, then it is bad?
  2. roach2012, Are you referring to the P0455 code? So, I should unhook the LDP and blow some air through the LDP? You have a TT. I have a GTS. I don't know if that even makes a difference. What side of the rear of the vehicle is the LDP? Looking at your pic above, where is the LDP in that pic? I am a DIYer as I know how to follow directions. :-) If you can tell me what I need to do to actually pull the LDP and then blow air through it.. I am game. Is it hard to do? Also, are you saying that you replaced your LDP thinking it was bad but all you had to do was blow
  3. Well, my P2404 code went away when I changed the vacuum pump but my P0455 codes still remains. I don't know it could be. Replacing is no that bad. You do have to work blindly for the bottom bolt.
  4. That code from another Porsche board points toward the vacuum pump. I have an 08 GTS and have the P2404 code right now. Another poster on the other board had that same P2404 code and just changed his vacuum pump and so far the code has not returned. Everyone that had the P2404 code on the other board that changed their vacuum pump saw the same results (code not returning). I am about to replace my vacuum pump, also, to get rid of my recurring P2404 code.
  5. Right before you plug the RCA cable to the PCM via the FAKRA cable in the back of the PCM, what did you do with the remaining red wire coming from the RCA end?
  6. Armas, Another question. Right before you plug the RCA cable to the PCM via the FAKRA cable, what did you do with the remaining red wire coming from the RCA end?
  7. Armas, Did you go to the dealership to get your reverse camera activated? That is a good idea to push into the harness with a toothpick. Lol! I'll try that. Thanks, a million!
  8. I went on ebay and purchased the one for Porsche Cayennes that replace the license plate light. You also need to purchase the FAKRA cable to go from RCA to the back of the PCM. I did everything and hooked it up to a TV to see if it worked. You do have to widen the holes on the camera a little to align with the holes on the truck. Only thing now is I have to get the reverse camera activated. Ugghhh! The dealership wants $169.00 and it only takes like 10 - 15 minutes from what I hear. I found a Porsche repair shop that says he can do it for like $75.00. As long as he knows what he is doin
  9. I hate to admit this. I wired up the reverse camera and forgot to wire the power to the plate light. It will be a pain to take it all loose in the hatch area. Those that have done this knows. Where can I tap in to get power for this light? The old plate light harness is still there and has a brown and white (maybe grey) wires coming from it. Can I just tap into that? If so which is power and ground because the camera plate light has a red and black wire. Thanks. 08 GTS
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