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About Spanky7081

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    Gilbert, AZ
  • Present cars
    2004 Cayenne Turbo
  1. Turns out it was a wiring issue to the knock sensor. High heat area caused insulation on wires to crack.
  2. Must be DME issue then since everything else was checked during new sensor install. Would you agree?
  3. Good evening, 2004 Cayenne Turbo 112k Miles I’m getting code P0327 still after replacing both knock sensors(since I was in there and only $28 each). Car goes into limp mode and boost is limited to .4.I checked wires and connections while I was under the intake manifold replacing the sensors and it looked great. Looks like others have had rodent damage to wires but mine were fine. Any ideas!?
  4. Hello, have been doing extensive research but can’t find anyone with both these codes at the same time. Is there a relation that anyone can think of or unrelated? Bank 1 is common theme 2004 Cayenne Turbo 111k Miles P0011 Camshaft Position Over-Advance or System Performance Bank 1 & P0327 Knock Sensor 1 Circuit Low Bank 1 or Single Sensor.
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