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  1. Thanks for the update and seems we are at the same boat, could feel it started to happen, and ran around 3200km too, ummmm I did clean the throttle connector, codes gone and feeling ok for now, will try to clean the contact of the pedal sensor connector as well too, maf remain at the moment. Will keep update.
  2. Hi Belleriver, did the codes and symptoms come up again, I did exactly the same with you and replaced the TB 6 mths ago. Few day ago I did have some codes again, although this time the car would not dead and still drive-able but I can feel the pedal response is weird. Code: (P1120 P1122 P1514) And now I am thinking of the accelerate sensor under the pedal... https://www.fvd.net/adbimage/98336/shop_detail/99660611501_1.jpg
  3. Sorry for bringing up an old topic, I got exactly the same symptom and codes tonight, throttle body was replaced half an year ago for the throttle issues before. May I ask whats the find out finally? Thanks
  4. Thanks, I just did clean up the contact of the TB again after home, but can you please tell me more detail of the wiring harnesses location? But before I did reset throttle, clean up connectors, the throttle % seems to be went back to normal after codes clean and a few car restart...And u never know how soon would it happens again.
  5. So I drove it for couple weeks and nothing happened until this afternoon, rough idle I can make it start in few try, at least I can drive it home and these codes come out.
  6. So sad, I should probably send the DME for those "DME\ECU specialist" for hardware inspection...
  7. This rings my bell the Durametric does show a code in ABS section... Error code 5525 - incorrect data transfer with DME master control unit.
  8. Thanks, but is there anyway I can test the dme?
  9. Throttle was cleaned up couple months ago, it did happened like an yr ago too, I purchased a second hand from Ebay and it gone wrong in the same way after 12 mths, put back the cleaned up old one, ran fine for 2 mths and again. But this time doesnt have bunch of codes, just P0102 and P1507, therefore P1507 is not clear-able via Durametric, even I reset the throttle and can have the code clear for a minute, it would come back again immediately when the next key on. Sounds like this time I should have a new TB right? Thanks guys.
  10. Hi mate, sorry for pushing a very old post, I am currently having the exactly same suitation and symptom, I have the fuel sender replaced due to melted a hole there, and car can be started, but I cannot figure out how and why it did melt. My car still stuck in workshop as the plug is getting hot in few minutes, appreciate if you can advise what did you found and fix. Thanks
  11. I have cleaned both but not helping, 1 day after clean the MAF and I got P0175 with CEL, wipe the code out and I dont have it come back anymore. Thats why I gonna try to test the MAF on voltage side.
  12. Refer to the test here: http://www.renntech.org/forums/tutor...af-basic-test/ My reading is turn the key to ignition without starting - 1 Volt Start the car - 1.7 Volt Give a bit throttle, jump to 2 Volt Sounds like not a good MAF reading right? Besides, I have no got on code but hesitation.
  13. Sorry for typo. Yes, What I mean is caliper and rotor into 996 turbo.
  14. As Cayenne is having a 6 pot calipers, see if it needs to be mod or direct bolt on, thanks.
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