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  1. Hi All, I have a 2009 Porsche Cayenne GTS. The chasis warning light came on. Send it to a Porsche specialist, the fault code was FA valve block. So, i changed the valve block. The warning light went off for a while but the warning light came back recently. Spoke to the Porsche specialist again, he told me it could be the PDCC control unit fault. I bought the control unit and try to fix the problem myself. I am trying to locate the control unit in the car. Does anyone know where is the PDCC control unit located? Rgds, Jon
  2. The Turbo was replaced because there we engine oil leaking through it. I am not sure whether the fault code existed before i replaced the turbo. The thing is that the fault code cannot be erased. The turbo is working fine, had tested it on high speed. My concern was that the fault code cannot be erased. Just worried that there will be side effect.
  3. Anyone can help me with this fault code? P1248 Basic Boost Pressure Adaptation
  4. Hi All, I have just replaced my Left side Turbocharger (Cyl 5-8) on my 2008 Porsche Cayenne Turbo. The CEL came on after i replaced it. I put it through a tester and the fault code was 'P1248 Basic Boost Pressure'. I have checked the parts that i dismantled to replace the Turbocharger, all the parts are assembled properly. Does anyone knows what the fault code meant? Jon
  5. Hi there, I dont know anyone had encountered this, my air condition does not come on when i start my car in the morning. It will come on when i restart my car or the air condition will come on after 10 minutes. Has anyone had this problem before? Regards, Jon
  6. How many mounts does it have? I need the mount that hold it on top. Thanks, Jon
  7. Hi Loren, Do you know the supporting mount that can fit the absorber? Regards, Jon
  8. Hello There, Does anyone know the part number for the front absorber for this VIN WP0ZZZ99Z1S604877? with the indication of the cost of it, would be a great help too! Regards, Jon
  9. Does anyone know where can i get the latest workshop manual? up to 2009 models! Regards, Jon
  10. Wow!!! I nearly fall off my chair! Is it because it is PCCB?
  11. Loren, Thanks for the prompt reply! Do you have any clue of the cost of the front and rear brake disc, pads and warning contact?
  12. The pdf file helps a lot. Do you also have info on the front brake system?
  13. Oops! I missed out the 1 number. The corrected VIN is WP0ZZZ99Z4S691264. It is a 2004 GT3. Thanks Loren.
  14. Hi Everyone, I have this Porsche with VIN#WPOZZZ99Z4S69264. Does anyone know the part number for its' front and rear brake disc,brake pads and brake sensor? I have the porsche parts catalog, but i am just wondering it is the same for all 996. Rgds, Jon
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