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ekstroemtj

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  1. I hope you can close the deal for a reasonable price. which service you are using for video upload?
  2. On the way to find the leak i change the Turbo Charger to Intercooler Hose Seal / passenger side / which is sitting next to the Charger outlet. Was easy. No oil inside. Testdrive. The same. Wastegates not possible to reach from underneath and not through wheel housing. test drive. Noise still in place.
  3. @hahnmgh63 thank you Mark. I think i need to check the PVC membrane again. Would you share please how you install your catch cans? Catch cans you mention already many times as a solution. Maybe i will give it . Its a DIY or you bought it ad a set? There are some possibilities out as i see in the web. https://www.6speedonline.com/forums/cayenne-955-957/251477-moroso-catch-can.html
  4. replaced the passenger side pressure pipe which is going to the wastegate. Was only one year old but i wanted to be shure there is no leak. Checked the hose to intercooler, hose to intake where MAF is sitting. Everything tide. Wanted to check the wastegate mechanism but difficult to get to this place. maybe somebody can route me how to come to this place?!
  5. @LewisYou think so? Burning oil is not healthy and second the turbo boost sensor sitting on top can be affected?! Or i am wrong?
  6. Picture is not good. Take out the Y - pipe checking for cracks. Looks good but ..... oil inside
  7. I was really thinking about this. Your price is very low imo. Usually it's working other way around. People ship their cars to Dubai when they move. But I see some offer transport from Dubai to Germany and Netherlands. Can you find out how much they charge?
  8. Check this https://suchen.mobile.de/fahrzeuge/search.html?damageUnrepaired=NO_DAMAGE_UNREPAIRED&isSearchRequest=true&makeModelVariant1.makeId=20100&makeModelVariant1.modelId=18&maxFirstRegistrationDate=2006-12-31&maxPowerAsArray=PS&minFirstRegistrationDate=2004-01-01&minPowerAsArray=402&minPowerAsArray=PS&scopeId=C
  9. Thanks a lot guys. Very much appreciate! Wiring I would exclude. The whistle noise should be a proof for a leak somewhere. Ok I have this vent lines at home, will replace them even if it doesn't change anything
  10. Don't know what's your mileage and year but I checked now the rates in Germany. Starting from 8800 until 18.900 euro for model 2005 / 2006
  11. Before weekend I would like to ask professional advise. My technical knowledge is limited but I have the strong will to fix the problem. Because the current overboost problem appeared after I started the search for my oil and hesitation problem I am going back to every part I have touched in the last 12 month. For this reason I would like to ask what will be the result of the turbo vent line has a leak. What will happen? Will it effect idle? Running conditions in general? Boost? I appreciate your help. I am talking about 14 and 15. Please don't care about the coloured section.
  12. Mike ..... You mentioned you sealed the intercooler pipes. You are talking about the pipes down coming from the charger or you checked them even up when they meet the y - pipe?
  13. Hi Mike. Thank you very much for sharing your info. I replaced both DV valves for new OEM Porsche and afterwards I tested the old ones and both where working. Didnt solve my problem. The wastegates , actually Lewis pointing to this, both working. At least I can hear them when I am making this pressure test.
  14. 38.000 Dhs... Something around 9500 EUR!? Isn't this a little bit low for all the features your car has?
  15. @Zakowsky isnt it a great feeling to have something solved with your own hands?! Good luck and thank you for reporting your work and your results!
  16. Please a short technical lesson for me. turbo engines are working in relation with vacuum and pressure. Regarding my overboost codes i am still hunting for any leaks in the area from turbo charger to manifold. can it be a leak in any other area ? Any other vacuum leak can cause a overboost? for the pros here this question might be stupid. For me its just learning
  17. The Porsche oem isn't bad per se. If you can return the pump and save hundreds of dollars. Why not. Anyway wondering why so expensive. Mine was less than half of your price
  18. I did it again. Didnt want to take out the compressor. Bought a can with pressured air. Connected with the pressure hoses. Can hear the wastegates when they close. Just driver side i can hear more loud than passengers side
  19. Strange. First impression viewing your pics, not the pump itself. Spraying from somewhere else looks like. No other way IMO to continue to check the water hoses arround or really maybe just the gasket. The pic with your arrows looks for me like the surface of the block where the pump is connected has a different colour.
  20. ****. But worth a try. i am pretty shure its something small. But... yes i did the pressure test with the wastegates. I can hear them click. And i cant hear any air disappearing. Holding the pressure
  21. Here are the small water tubes i am talking about. After 10 years they could get bad like mine
  22. Maybe I should check the boot pressure solenoid? That's the part sitting at the firewall I believe Lewis you had a eye on this?
  23. As per my observation I just have higher rpm if there is a vacuum problem or the electrical system is under pressure. For example if the batterie is very low the engine is trying to adjust the low load by higher revs. At least in park modus.
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