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  1. So after troubleshooting everything the shop said the front struts on air suspension need to be replaced. We sent them to Rebuild Mastertech. Rebuild said that both of the bushings had severe leaks. The suspension was rebuilt and now been installed. The shop is now saying the think the compressor is bad. The cannot get it to go up. I am getting the following codes 000328 Compressor Tempature Limit Exceeded 000286 Service Mode not Complete C12097 Check Air Conditioner Regulator Control Unit. (I know this is not related to Suspension) Rebuild is sayi
  2. Thanks guys, do you have to the Durametric to read codes or will a generic code reader work like the one for Audi?
  3. Hi Everyone, I am new to forum but not new to Porsche having owned over 15 of them and also being one of the founders of 6SPEEDONLINE. My current daily driver 2010 Pana TT which I now have 120k miles on. The car has been bullet proof for me up tell this point. About 20k miles ago around 100k I started to get this message that said Chassis Failure. On ignition reset the error went away and would come back once in awhile. I did some research and found out that this can happen in cold climates. The car still drove fine, my advisor at Porsche said this was fairly common as well. More
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