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    Porsche Cayenne 2005
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    Mainly motorcycles

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  1. Update located Ecu, it looked a corroded around the edges Applied ACF50 down into connections Hopefully this has worked
  2. Thanks Loren, I was told new battery fitted recently but not he’d the chance to check yet.
  3. Hi thanks, don’t have sunroof so that’s a bonus Mate of mine told me a way to connect new earth straps so hopefully that will work. Thanks for reply
  4. Hi just purchased 2005 9pa in UK, 140,000 miles 3.2 V6 All seemed ok till the rain today 😞 Front windscreen is steaming up badly now, Parking sensors are now been totally erratic for some reason Sidelight/Indicator error now just wondering if this is a bad earthing problem with wiring your help is is appreciated thanks Gordon
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