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  1. Also looked for idle adaption in piwis doesn’t seem to have that as option just dme system adaption which doesn’t do anything.
  2. So I was wrong with my fault code ...code 22 was set..not present dtc..I checked my iacv valve via drive links-ok..bench tested ok..checked wiring from dme to valve ok...idle still at around 1050/1100.. my actual valve for iacv seems to sit at around 55%..any input would be helpful...Im wondering if my car has a aftermarket chip in it causing high idle..
  3. So you are agreeing with that cable plugged into vci of piwis will work to communicate with 993 and older
  4. To be clear. You are running that connector to PIWIS 2? Plugging in to OBD2 port in VCI? Or running with a durametric?
  5. Where can I purchase adaptor? Does the durametric cable work with a PIWIS?
  6. So via blink codes I found said dtc. Idle is at around 1k rpm. Unplug connector idle drops. Going blind into this. Don’t have a scanner or diagrams. Car had aftermarket air filter and MAF. and a harness spliced into red pin of connector. Connector has 2 pins. (I see people talk about a 3 pin connector?). I installed stock air box and removed/repaired red wire. So my questions are A. To check my wires I’d like to resistance check them. Are they direct to DME? Anyone have a picture of pinouts? B. Any chance by removing the maf. It needs to be relearned even tho it throws a short circuit.
  7. Sorry if this is somewhere else.. but I'm on Tapatalk so maybe that's why I can't find any info. Looking to buy timing tools for m96 motors. Anyone recommend a specific aftermarket company's set?
  8. How's your oil pressure? Esp when hot?.. run your oil pump part # at dealer.. it should supersede like 8 times or more..just saying
  9. Ok sorry for the wait guys..but I was correct in PDK actual values there is a value for race start counter. It was at zero. I then activated launch control..still stayed at zero until I actually released brake and car took off. I did it a second time, it went to 2.. I then cycled key and rechecked at it stayed at 2.. now like I said this is on a PIWIS 3.. so it may be different on a PIWIS 2 and I'm sure for a Durametric
  10. I would assume by saying "both fuel pumps" they replaced pumps and flanges.. the pumps were never really the issue.. the smell was from raw fuel not vapors
  11. So PIWIS 3 is a little different but in VAL under PDK actual values race start counter.. I will chime back in when I get a car to test and see if it changes after engaging launch control
  12. I've seen several pump flanges ( white things you remove to access in take pumps) leak fuel causing smell.. not really the pumps themselves..made from plastic and over time the seams leak..would recommend replacing both if one was leaking
  13. Yes It can be checked via PIWIS tester. Don't remember exactly where it's hidden. Might be in part of VAL. If need be I can dig for it. Lmk
  14. What is the p2254 P2a03 is fuel pressure sensor code? P0442 tank vent/leak? P0017 cam sensor?
  15. So it's an S or a base? If it's a 6 cyl on the back of the valve cover left side when looking at it, little pin hole in cover if you put your finger over it and it's pulling vacuum and idle changes... You need a valve cover... Do you know what your fuel trims look like?
  16. I've seen this a few times. 1st I'd say if you have a vac. gauge get that on your vac pump on the back of B1 cyl head. Look for low vac./oil ingress from pump seals. Another easy test would be if you have ability to run a short test. Remove r/r wheel & inner liner gain access to carbon canister vacuum feed line place a vacuum bleeder on the canister and run your short test. If you pass it's a vac supply issue if you fail it's a carbon canister/electrical issue. My gut is bad vacuum pump
  17. Yes, the parking brake wants to know the gap between the shoe/rotor. Since you are now changing one of those measurements, It must be told by the tester what the new gap is.
  18. 2011 and up cayennes require tester to place electric parking brake into service position, then on install you must "grind-in" parking brake shoes and calibrate parking brake labor is almost 4 hrs just for rear pads and rotors
  19. Sounds like a sticking camshaft actuator for sure...you should see B1 or B2 actual value sticking as you powerbrake the truck...to be honest with that mileage wouldn't hurt to change both along w valve cover gaskets
  20. Also how would boost pipes collapse under boost if its positive pressure?
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