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  1. Then it should be fine. Under the passenger carpet is 1 spliced cable you checked this too? In the fuse box under the hood are also spliced wires under the fuse/relay tray. I hope you checked all the fuses driver und passenger side dash, under the seat and under the hood.
  2. Just pull it out, then open it with a screw driver and then press it back in and watch if it clicks then you turn the ignition on. Or replace it with the 433 relay from the starter. In nearly got the same problem but my relay under the driver seat is fine.
  3. Yeah 433 my bad, I already switched the relay with the starter relay, also 433. The brown/red wire that goes to relay 433 has 12v then the ignition is off, then the ignition is on 0v , is this normal?
  4. Hello, Im new to the forum ask me If you got questions about me or my car! 4 years ago I got a 05 Cayenne S but sold it for an W211 e550 because I wanted something rear wheel drive. But I liked the SUV feeling and always looked back to an Cayenne. So 3 months ago I bought myself again an Cayenne but wanted more Horses, so I got a Turbo S, Im fully in love with the car but at the moment It got big problems. After a night with rain I wanted to drive to work but the car showed some weird thinks like brake proportioning warning, ABS light on, no Air suspension and the Brakes lig
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