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  1. Thank you for your reply. Yes, they had done that, and the conclusion is still that the electric motor needs to be replaced. And I never had the "Red hybrid warning message" only the "yellow check engine warning". Has anybody had any experience with this problem? Is it possible to replace the sensor only? And where can one be bought? Is there a place where I can buy a used electric engine?
  2. I have a 2015 Cayenne S E-hybrid with 70.000 miles. The check engine warning light came on the other day.. Everything was still working fine. I took the car to the Porsche dealer and the found that the problem is with the electric engine. The error code is P0A4200, which is malfunction of the electric motor rotor position sensor. The tried reprogramming the engine with new software, but that did not help. Now they say the whole electric engine needs to be replaced even though it is just the sensor not working. The cost of this will be around USD 10.000 (here in Norway). Apart from
  3. Can anybody tell me what specifications the battery for a Porsche 996 Carrera 4 Cab Tip requires?
  4. Thank you, but I have already tried to remove and resetting the fuse without any luck. I don`t know if the car is still under warranty. The car was first time registered in september 04. I`m not shure how long the warranty holds in the US. The car is now in Norway, but originally bought in USA.
  5. I have an early 05 997 S, and wanted to upgrade the PCM firmware to be able to play Mp3. I downloaded this update and tried to install it in my car. There were three steps in the update, the PCM upgrade went fine, but when I got to the amplifier update it crashed. My bose amplifier now doesn`t work at all. I went to my Porsche dealer to get it fixed. They tried to upgrade the system as well, but had no luck with the amplifier. The say I have to order a new one (which is rather expensive) because they can not contact the amplifier. They have no way of reseting it, it need to be replaced. Do
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