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  1. I second the 10amp fuse behind the radio being bad. For some reason, they put a 10 amp on the back of the radio but then put a 15 amp in the fuse box. Logic would say the 10 amp would always blow first, so why didn't they put behind the radio since it's a pain the the butt to get to??? --Kyle
  2. I did some checking on iATN and from what your describing sounds like stuck injectors or a failed fuel pressure regulator. You really need to get a fuel pressure gauge on it. When the fuel pressure regulator fails, it usally has too much fuel pressure. I'm talking over 100 PSI. For some reason, I've seen several posts that were a no start untill one injector was unplugged and then it fired up. Replacing the fuel regulator was the fix for all these. I'm not for sure what the relationship between unplugging one injector and the fuel pressure regulator being bad. As far as the possible stuck injectors, you could try and tap on them ro see if they free up. Anything further than that, I would think they would need to ben removed and cleaned on a flow bench. Hope this helps, Kyle
  3. Kani, Just wondering, what weight of oil are you using?? I also replaced my AOS and have driven 1,000 miles. I also changed the oil with 0w40 at the same time. About a week of sitting I get a puff on start up. I checked the top tube going from the AOS to intake and noticed a small amount of oil. I've cleaned this tube twice and have gotten oil there both times. Also cleaned throtte body. I'm defecting out the first AOS and going to install a new one. I'm also changing the oil to 10w40. My thoughts being the oil is too thin, and yes I know about the Porsche approved list... I also think that any oil inside the top AOS tube would NOT be normal.. Just my 2 cents... --Kyle
  4. Try 3030 or 3028 If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so... Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST it didn't work. it went in lockout mode...... READ THE FAQ. The codes 3030 and 3028 didn't work. It went in wait mode. Any sugestions?? Thanks! Yes, as I have already told you. Read the FAQ - Read the FAQ - Read the FAQ Had to go through the Dealer. The code ended up being 3031. Thanks for your help Loren!!!!
  5. Try 3030 or 3028 If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so... Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST it didn't work. it went in lockout mode...... READ THE FAQ. The codes 3030 and 3028 didn't work. It went in wait mode. Any sugestions?? Thanks!
  6. Try 3030 or 3028 If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so... Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST it didn't work. it went in lockout mode......
  7. I need a lockout code for CDR-220, Serial #X5037388 Thanks!
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