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Kamil Barański

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About Kamil Barański

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    Warsaw, Poland
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    Porsche Cayenne S 2005
  • Future cars
    Porsche...I guess
  • Former cars
    Audi A4, VW Touareg

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  1. Hi, Thing is that in Poland You either buy it in Porsche or these: http://e-katalog.intercars.com.pl/#/produkty/3216303318210-FE34788-O16695-dmuchawa.html which is Febi:) Or: VEMO or HANS PRIES all filters are new. I think I will have to replace it.
  2. Hi, It seems I have the same problem in my Cayenne 04. Are there guidelines where to start? What needs to to disconnected? How to reach the blower?
  3. Hi All, I have true pain in the axx with one part of my car and that is:955 572 342 01. It's a a blower in the front (from the AirCon) it makes a lot of bad noise, I guess it will brake soon. My question is: 1) Does this part have an OEM supplier? 2) Has anyone had any problems with this part? How long does it take to replace it?
  4. Hi All, Pkscheldt many thanks for Your help. It turned out that the problem was that servomotor could not move itself fully to the low range position and that is mainly due to the lack of use of low range. Servomotor was replaced (we used one from VW Touareg) and that solved the problem
  5. Hi, We have a heavy snow here in Poland so I wanted to use reduction to get home safely. Unfortunately a massage showed up on the screen which says that "4 wheel drive fault......" Car is in the garage now and I cannot get it back to normal 4 wheel drive - reduction is still on. No chance to get it to second type of reduction. Massage stays on I had 2 trials where I managed to get it back to normal 4 wheel drive as I thought that maybe snow did some damage or water etc. nothing. I am looking at many topics here on the forum and it looks like it may be the servomotor? The transfer case was not used very often. Battery was changed 7 months ago. Any ideas where to start? No chance to connect it to durametric as I am over 100 km from Warsaw Porsche Stealership. Need Your help Guys as I need this car to run smooth again. Oil in the transmission was changed 3 weeks ago.
  6. Hi All, The problem is gone. i replaced gas cap and erased the error. CEL didn't show till now. All ok. for now:) Many thanks for all your support.
  7. Hi All, Can anyone please answer my question regarding the filling of the tank?
  8. P0455 is a "large vacuum leak in the evaporative emissions system"; often a bad gas cap, but could also be vacuum lines or valve issues in the EVAP canister system. Does it has to do anything with my problem of refueling? The fuel pistol disengages itself after a liter or two being pumped into the tank....? I also see that when I unlock the gas cap, inside the valve there is this little metal which unlocks itself when i put the pistol inside. Once i take it back it stays in that position and doesn't return to the the "close" position. is that natural? it sounds crazy put when i put my finger into this hole and push it it doesn't come back and stays ...lets say "open" Should I replace it? Many thank for Your help.
  9. Hi Guys, I have the code, itd P0455. Wouldn't that explain the issue with gad filling?? Where should I start now?
  10. Any suggestions what can cause the issue with proper tank filling? the same issue on different gas stations? Are those pistols different in US and Poland somehow:)?
  11. Will know tomorrow morning, unfortunately it won't be porsche diagnosis tool. . .
  12. Oh and another thing i need help with. When i fill the tank i always have an issue that i cannot fill it having the pistol pressed once and kept presed. it always pops up after 2-3 liters. any help what can cause this situation?
  13. A brief update; i have replaced crankcase ventilation tubes as they were cracked and connected the wrong way. It seems that the idle RPM are not fluctuating. I went back to those guys who replaced the starter and thought that that was the case, the CEL was erased by them but after ca. 60 km came back. Wife says that when she switched off the engine it was on and when she came back and start the car after 9 hours it was on. To bad that i am about 100 km from Porsche Dealer to check if the crankcase tubes solved the issue - partially at least. Guys any ideas now?
  14. Hi Deilenberger, Yes the intake gasket was reused. Apparently it was in a good shape...in their opinion. They will be replaced this Thursday along with crankcase PCV valves - 2 of them. As speaking of those PCV valves the is one goes from one bank to the other, it has this little nose on one side. What is it? I speak of this part : 948 107 215 03. When I was looking on it in the internet I saw that some offer this PCV without it. Does it has a special role or something? Is it connected via that nose to something? I can't see it on those PORSCHE drawings. Which part do You mean by saying: or cracked one of the hard plastic air-lines? I am trying to do as much as I can in the garage and replace things which can be done by myself without special tools. Rest I will leave to those Guys how made me worrying about my little P(!)G. Many thanks for all Your help.
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