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  1. I charged the battery to full as well as sometimes low battery will cause weird issues as well.
  2. Thanks Loren! Yes I changed out the pedal sensor to my buddies working one just to make sure it was that and unfortunately the problem still remains. I will have to check the ground as well.
  3. I've been having these codes lately. They are all related to the pedal and after changing the pedal sensor I really thought the codes with go away but unfortunately not. I'm on a mafless Proto tune so Maf can't be it. The pedal has a very bad delay after revving almost 2-3 sec off. If I delete code they reappear as soon as I rev. Any clue where to go after he pedal sensor gentlemen?
  4. Anybody have more info regarding the P1245: Boost pressure control adaption code? My car is 08 CTT and I've been getting this code for a while and after using durametric to clear code it pops right back up. Can it be that my Evoms diverter valves are damaged? Thanks in advance,
  5. Update: Towed to a different dealer. Ordered brand new compressor # 95535890105 which increased in price by $1000 from $850 lol recharged the system and new relay and still no power to the compressor. When power is put in externally to the compressor it works. Now the dealer thinks its my Techart Lowering module that cost $3K to replace. From loving the air suspension to absolutely hating it!! Does anybody know if I replace the air suspension to coilovers and just be done with it?
  6. Ok so brand new air compressor and nothing. Still does not go up and down. I first had tried the repair kit but that didn't work so Porsche dealer suggested brand new compressor since they thought the motor side of my compressor was dead not the seal but obviously that didn't remedy the issue. It says something like accumaltor charging. It's sad when the dealer can't figure it out.
  7. Ok just quoted $3300 and they are not sure if that would fix the issue. Right when I hit 51k miles lol
  8. At the Porsche dealer right now. Pump and relay to start off and 10 hours of labor! That's just to start off they said.
  9. Last night the rear dropped to the lowest setting while the front stayed in normal setting. The rear is bouncing up and down like a lowrider :cursing:
  10. Two weeks is a long time to drive with no sport button but it is what it is. Thanks for your reply.
  11. I have had zero major problems besides the coolant repair that was until this week with my 08 CTT. I have the Techart Lowering module and recently using the Durametiric I have the following codes: 1781----extreme vehicle tilt 2250- valve operating time exceeded (upper limit value exceeded) 1770--compressor temperature sensor I recently had a flat which I assume led to the extreme tilt code but not sure. The suspension will not go up or down and it periodicly says accumulator charging but nothing happens. When the chassis system failure light appears the sport button does not work as well. Appointment with dealer but thats in 2 weeks and would love to solve the problem earlier. Will getting a repair kit work with these issues or replacing the compressor the only choice I have? Thanks in advance, Jason
  12. I has the same issue in my 996TT and after Evoms did a boost leak test everything went back to normal. Boost leak or smoke test is what I would recommend. Good luck!
  13. Yes comparing it to when the code is cleared not much difference.
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