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    2006 Cayenne Turbo S, 1997 Corvette
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    R32 Skyline, RB25DET swapped 240sx, S2000, STI, WRX, SC300 Turbo
  1. So it's not by the battery, it's not the one on the engine bay, not on either side of the top dash, I looked at the relay box under the drivers dash but I can't tell if that's L1-9 or R1-9. When I look under the passenger side dash I don't see any other relay box. Thanks
  2. Got it figured out, needed a new air quality sensor and the fuse for the air pressure was blown. Problem though... A/C still isn't working but all faults are gone and don't come back. Compressor spins freely. Fuse in the engine bay (15 amp fs11) is good but can't seem to figure out where the relay for the A/C is located. Done tons of searching and I found the relay is R3. Any idea where this is located?
  3. I will ask them in the morning. Would this cause the 819 fault (AC pressure sensor open circuit / short to ground)? Compressor fired up after the sensor change and then code came back and nothing again. Thanks Lewis
  4. Hello, I purchased this cayenne turbo s a few weeks ago and been taking care of some of the issues it has. Noticed the AC compressor wasn't firing up and I know this is an "always on" kinda system so checked the codes and I am getting an 819 fault. Put a brand new pressure sensor in, did a full recharge from a professional shop and then the compressor turned on but seemed very weak and then it threw that same code again and the compressor no longer works again. Shop is saying it could be the AC computer but I am not about to just start throwing $ away. Obviously it has a brand new
  5. That makes sense and from my research I found lots of problems with the vent valve. The part you're referring to is right next to the throttle body under the plastic cover that says 4.5 turbo on the right side looking at the motor from the front? I will check that out in the morning. The car has 98k miles and I'm not sure when the coils were done because I bought it used roughly 3 weeks ago with these codes. I meant to look at the part number on the coils because I wanted to see if they're the new or old version. Thank you for the relay and information. -Eva
  6. Hello everyone, This is my first post but I have done tons of forum searching and found similar posts but nothing with my same codes. I have noticed a rough idle but once I drive the car drives great and boosts great. Along with the 2 EVAP codes I have P0300, P0301, P0304 and P0308. I have changed the spark plugs and I did a full inspection of the coil packs. The coil packs looked perfect, no cracks or damage and it needed new plugs so I did Beru plugs. In that process I changed the torque arm also because the rubber was shot. That didn't solve the misfire and I didnt notice any wi
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