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roberta berks

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About roberta berks

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  • Present cars
    2000 Boxster,2006 cayenne titanium edition
  • Former cars
    2001 911 turbo

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  1. Trying to erase some codes (brake pads,ABS, and ! )that Ive fixed..whats a cheap scan tool to erase them please?
  2. thanks..why isnt there a class action with these leaks that drip directly to critical electrical components and modules? I mean coolant pipes where bad enough but this too?Its all guided back to the service department with a PIWIS then Dog walk you to the bank.
  3. Thanks..just pried corners and pulled up seemed ok but the wires underneath,wow what great engineering..
  4. Thanks...Ive had it checked and PIWIS says rear convenience system control module "no signal or communication"..so Im assuming after I have inspected all wires going to that rear module from dash under seats to c pillar and they all look good ,that I need a new module in your experience?
  5. Is there any way other than going to dealer with a PIWIS, to program a used rear convenience module to a 06 Cayenne S? Any way to test mine without a PIWIS? Open it up repair etc? mine is not communicating...Thanks much
  6. Im about to spread clear silicone around mine..could care less at this frustrating point..
  7. Trying to locate drain locations of each..my rear convenience module will not communicate (suspecting water leak in its area from roof?)and I have wet passenger footwell wires under passenger carpet..no breaks in wiring under carpet.but rusty area on the firewall next to fusebox..any help out there please?
  8. 06 Cayenne S Passenger floor wet..Pressed plug behind front passenger wheelwell and no water came out..but rust has formed above and to the right of the fuse box (pic)..the wet wires start just below the fuse box about a foot up from floor in the passenger footwell..ac drain hose is empty..Is this a sunroof leak? Wires on floor are sitting in water all the way under the seat..pulled seat no copper dust wiring connections from firewall and fuse box to rear of passenger seat..the rear convenience module problem is not communicating..is that possible just due to wet wiring?any tips are greatly appreciated!
  9. Rear convenience module is not communicating.. (nothing is wet back there but water is under passenger foot well)so in process of looking over the rear right wheel first and there are 3 connectors not plugged to anything.Im assuming they are for options? dont see at this point where they could have disconnected ?assuming they are for options? dont see at this point where they could have disconnected ?
  10. About to take a look at my wiring on both sides of vehicle under the carpet which is wet...any advice on pulling it out correctly to check wires on floor without damaging anything?thanks much
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