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    Coalville UK
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    PCGB (Porsche Club Great Britain)
  • Present cars
    2003 Porsche Cayenne 955<br />2013 Audi Q7 S-Line
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    Mercedes AMG55 SL<br />Mercedes CLS AMG
  1. Hi. I have a 4 x 4 fault on the dash, and no power to the low gear selector switch on the centre console (no red lights) resistance is also high on transfer case actuator. I've ordered a ecu and actuator from eBay (2005 spec.)
  2. Welcome to RennTech :welcome: On North American cars, it is under the passenger's seat, so I'd look under your driver's side. Thanks. I'll take a look, you are probably right, as the battery is under the passenger seat on mine.
  3. Hi all I'm new to the forum, and have a common problem with my 4x4 system. I had it diagnosed today, and have ordered a new Transfer case ecu. My problem is, I don't know where it's located?? My car is right hand drive if that makes any difference?? Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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