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Everything posted by fullbirdmusic

  1. Great - thanks for the link!! I'll have to check that out. I'm going to ask the shop what the error codes are when they hook up the machine. I'm planning on making a video of my Cayenne on the Autobahn as soon as possible. I've met some other folks on Twitter that want to know about it because they want to switch from Volvo or something similar, so I'll definitely do that! Living in Stuttgart (Porsche headquarters) there are a TON of Porsche vehicles rolling around here, but not so many Cayennes, ironically. It might be because those are made in Leipzig and not here. The Cayennes I d
  2. Thanks so much for the tip! Where can I get a code reader and what are they called? I'll have to call them and tell them I want to try a new fuel cap and see what they say. I'll probably just order one, but it won't arrive here before I get the car in the shop. He said that I could drive with the light on because it's not hurting anything, so maybe it can wait until I try the fuel cap. Thanks again!
  3. I'm new to RennTech and this site is great! Thanks for this community. So, I have a 2005 Cayenne S that I bought from the US (I'm an American living in Germany - Stuttgart, actually - go figure!) and picked it up last week. On Thursday after I filled the tank, the Check Engine light came on. I took it by the Porsche Center here in Stuttgart and they found out that my gas cap wasn't fastened tightly. It was the 2nd time I got gas, and I've used a car before....so I'm wondering how that happened. Anyway, since they cleared the fault on Thursday, I was driving around on Saturday and the
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