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  1. So I had the car diagnosed using Porsche software form the dealer and got the following screenshot.... Can anyone confirm what the culprit is?
  2. I don’t have any knocking or clunking sounds from the transfer case. my symptoms are no power and the all wheel drive system fault on dash (in yellow) apart from no boost everything else is fine. example https://rennlist.com/forums/porsche-cayenne-forum/810098-four-wheel-drive-system-faulty-warning.html https://www.6speedonline.com/forums/cayenne-955-957/178118-four-wheel-drive-system-faulty-ahhh-help.html https://www.6speedonline.com/forums/cayenne-955-957/399445-four-wheel-drive-system-faulty.html
  3. Yeah but my issue is the power is gone and I have no boost so I can’t exactly drive on a highway through the gears and rev range with the box unplugged. Strange because use on this forum and others the most common problem is the transfer case servo motor failing on all cayenne’s from the 955/957 and 958.
  4. Thanks for the reply! Its common in in the Middle East for dealers to keep cars in storage for sale years later . The 958 turbo isn’t very common here so I got a great deal. First owner and zero km and a full options spec. So can I really unplug the transfer gear motor case and drive without damage? I understand this is two sensors and three bolts and a 30 minute job to complete. I also tried off road mode this morning which activates fine but pushing the rocker switch forward again does not lock the center or rear diffs? Why would the all wheel
  5. Hi this is my first post. i have a 2013 Cayenne Turbo 2013 which I bought 9 months ago with zero km. all has been fine up to last week when I got a yellow all wheel drive system fault on the dash the car seemed hesitant and jerky since I got it but I just put that down to how it was. everything is working in the car except it has no power. I do have another strange tyre pressure warning that won’t go away even after I fill all 4 tyres. The lane change warning lights on the wing mirrors come on when there is nothing there also.
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