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  1. Have you found any solution yet? I have the same code reading and have not found anything yet. The mechanic that I go to feels 80% sure that the transmission fluid pump needs replaced on mine. I prefer somewhere closer to the 99% sure level before i spend the $$$ Thanks
  2. Check engine light is on, Fault Code P0c2d "Auxiliary Transmission Fluid Pump Control Module Feedback Signal Low" is the error code being shown. I am not finding much information about this condition. Where is the module located? Any suggestions on what might be causing the code. There are currently no other codes or performance issues with the vehicle. 2011 Cayenne S Thanks in advance for the response.
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