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    997 turbo/ Macan / M6 gran coupe
  1. I will be lift it up tomorrow and check on the transmission side. Im just hoping its not something with the actual transmission.
  2. Hello, i was driving my 2007 turbo yesterday and it was all good until at a stop light i went from 1st to 2nd and as soon as i put it in second the shifter got really loose. When it was in 2nd gear i could move the shifter around as if it was in neutral. After that i put it in 3rd gear and then it wouldnt go back in 2nd, 1st or reverse. If i try to put it in reverse or 1st gear then it goes into 3rd. And if i try to put it in 2nd gear it goes to 4th. If that makes sense. I barely made it home in 3rd gear. Any ideas what it could be? Maybe shift cable? Thanks
  3. So the water pump relay code went away after driving a day but now the only code i have left is d10002 and it says please refer to vehicle service manual. I think i either need a better scanner or ill be taking it to a shop 😕 the problem is i work monday-friday and cant get the car to a shop because they all closed on saturdays. Thanks for the help
  4. Yes i clear the code and it keeps coming back, its the only code active and i have no idea why. I never did anything with the water pump. Code says “water pump relay, short circuit to b+/open circuit”. So im guessing something with the relay ?
  5. Hey you are the best! so turns out that sensor was the problem. It was just unplugged from last time that we opened up that panel 😅 completely my fault. Now after driving it for a week i have another code for the water pump relay. Do you know where the water pump relay is on the macan? Thanks
  6. Hey, thank you so much! I will have to open up the ducting and check out the sensor and see what happened. Hopefully it is just a faulty sensor!
  7. Hello, new to the forum first time posting here! Have a 2018 Macan base and the a/c doesn’t work. I bought a foxwell NT520 pro scanner and it scanned all the codes of the car and came back with 4 fault codes for the a/c. 008011 008013 008015 all three of those say Passenger compartment sensor-short circuit to ground or open circuit. D10002 says please refer to vehicle service manual. If somebody could help me understand these codes because i have no clue what the passenger compartment sensor is or where it goes. Thank you!
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