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Can it be part no. 20 in the picture?!
It’s an old discussion but maybe somebody is willing to tell me what is the function of this pump? The additional electric one. Only feeded by the „rest“ Button or it’s running all the time/ specially when temp gets very high? Thank you
This kind of problems causing fault codes for many many parts. That’s why I spent thousands on parts and work. In the end o believe the problem is a electric one. Somewhere ! Wet carpet? Water in footwell? Any electrical aftermarket stuff in your car?
Many times this kind of leaks are the reason for a crazy shifting behaviour. The problem is always to locate the leak. Glad you could find👍
How many miles on the car? I am thinking a bit in direction of your fuel pumps.
Sorry just saw your post now. mine failed to work some weeks ago. My wife went to the next Volkswagen shop and they replaced it with a Touareg part. Works fine - cost half.
I believe you will take away the intake manifold to get good access to your water pump. When this part is out of the way you will see the tubes.
Just an idea. Maybe you try to get a flush of the trans . A simple oil change doesnt clean out all the very little metal flakes which are swimming around there
ekstroemtj replied to sunlion's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Thanks god. Be happy that what seemed to be a big big problem was in the end a small plastic part
Take out the mirror and check if something is in the way . But it sound more like the motor.
@Lewis thank you Lewis. my mechanic did it for 50 EUR i didn’t have time
This sounds nice. I like snow so much. Here is nothing. No winter and Xmas feeling. Drive careful
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYBODY ! Thank you very much for your support and help during all this year. Without you I would be lost. Thank you! Thomas
@Mark06111 & @Lewis thank you very much guys. Have found the harness connection behind the air pump. Should be easy to access. It needs a lift I guess to reach the sensor in the bell housing. HAPPY NEW YEAR FOR EVERYBODY!!!
Hi Mark since 2 weeks I experience the same issue. Cranking several times before firing. Never had it before. Strange running car almost only when it was filled up. I got a code. P0335. Crankshaft Sensor. I could delete the code but the problem cAme back after some days. First i was thinking it is related to my faulty AGR Ventil. But I am shure it’s the sensor from crankshaft to dme. Bought the Bosch part. could you do the repair by yourself? What read at Pelican it’s hard to connect in the engine bay close to firewall. May i ask how you did it? Thank you