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    Audi S5 V8
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  1. Just want to report the end of the story. Replacing the fuel pump didn’t change anything. Only after getting a new fuel filter the codes disappeared. No more blowing fuses. Everything ok. Car passed the emission test. Very happy. Actually not very difficult this job. Lots of DIY reports everywhere. Just it’s a mess to work inside a fuel tank. Thank you for following and supporting
  2. Hi, just read your post. Having the same problem. Could you explain please how you solved it. Tank you
  3. Codes solved Just want to report the current situation - i have changed pump driver side / codes remain - i have changed the fuel filter / codes gone. tank fuel with 60 liters. Fuses ok. Car runs. No codes. just a very high fuel consumption on the display. what could it be? O2 sensors mass air flow sensors thank you
  4. My best regards to belgium . Thank you. I have seen your post before. Still in process to discover where the wiring is going along. Will report what i found out. thinking if it makes sense to install the new fuel filter before i continue with the wiring. A clogged filter can cause this fuse problem too - a Porsche mechanic told me
  5. thank you Loren. Is the fuel pump powered by this connection? can i find a wiring diagram , better would be a overview where the wires are going along from pump to relay / fuse box. thank you and excuse that i take your time.
  6. I have tried a lot today but unfortunately without luck. Can do whatever, fuse number 13 gets always burned. To much power there. Open the plastic cover to get access to the DME. Cleaned the contacts. Without luck
  7. Thank you Loren. Many possibilities. Fuse and relay are ok. Pump is new now. dont know where to start to look now
  8. Hello everybody. the original post is already old but maybe my current problem is related with this one discussed here. bought a Turbo some weeks ago. Looks very good . Just one problem. P0230 Code i though, worst what could be. New fuel pump. But its something else. like to explain what i found out / what i did. car runs good and i couldnt feel any loss of power Had a emission test to do - failed code 0230 checked the fuse box Fuse13 was not existing Fuse 14 was installed car runs only on one
  9. Hi Rick. Sure somebody has touched the discs. . The car is a 2005 Cayenne Turbo S with 500 PS. These are not the original Discs anymore. I will get some new brake discs and report how the other side is going to look
  10. Thank you for your attention. I will buy a new set of brake discs with all assembly
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