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    2006 porsche cayenne s
  1. Hello All another one looking to do this procedure. My passenger side flex pipe started leaking. Any info or diy would be sooo helpful... tia
  2. As a follow up to this thread i just bought a durametric cable and attempted to scan the psm module. The fuse remained intact but the durametric software is unable to locate the psm module. What would be the next steps in either making it able to detect the module or diagnosing the abs failure. When the software looks for the psm the brake indicator flashes on the cluster and i also get the abs warning in the display so it seems something is communicating there.
  3. Hello i just bought a 2006 cayenne s that obviously need a little love. my main issue is fuse 56 blowing. ( rhs panel) Its one of the psm fuses. Does anyone have any ideas why this fuse would blow ? thanks Martyn
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