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Alexander Tobiasson

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  1. Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately I have lost hope and do not know what I'm going to do with the car. I have tried to fix the error for over 1 year!
  2. Have you checked the grounds on the seat belt buckles? They are well known for ground related faults. No, this was new information for me. Where can I find it / them ??? The seat belt buckles, the part that the shoulder harness plugs into, have wires running to them that tell the system when the seat belts are buckled and turn off the seat belt alert chimes. They also help tell the air bag system which seats are occupied in case of a crash, as well as controlling the system pre-tensioners. If the buckles get dirt in them, they often do not register properly and the air bag syst
  3. Have you checked the grounds on the seat belt buckles? They are well known for ground related faults. No, this was new information for me. Where can I find it / them ??? The seat belt buckles, the part that the shoulder harness plugs into, have wires running to them that tell the system when the seat belts are buckled and turn off the seat belt alert chimes. They also help tell the air bag system which seats are occupied in case of a crash, as well as controlling the system pre-tensioners. If the buckles get dirt in them, they often do not register properly and the air bag syst
  4. Have you checked the grounds on the seat belt buckles? They are well known for ground related faults. No, this was new information for me. Where can I find it / them ??? The seat belt buckles, the part that the shoulder harness plugs into, have wires running to them that tell the system when the seat belts are buckled and turn off the seat belt alert chimes. They also help tell the air bag system which seats are occupied in case of a crash, as well as controlling the system pre-tensioners. If the buckles get dirt in them, they often do not register properly and the air bag syst
  5. Have you checked the grounds on the seat belt buckles? They are well known for ground related faults. No, this was new information for me. Where can I find it / them ??? The seat belt buckles, the part that the shoulder harness plugs into, have wires running to them that tell the system when the seat belts are buckled and turn off the seat belt alert chimes. They also help tell the air bag system which seats are occupied in case of a crash, as well as controlling the system pre-tensioners. If the buckles get dirt in them, they often do not register properly and the air bag syst
  6. Have you checked the grounds on the seat belt buckles? They are well known for ground related faults. No, this was new information for me. Where can I find it / them ??? The seat belt buckles, the part that the shoulder harness plugs into, have wires running to them that tell the system when the seat belts are buckled and turn off the seat belt alert chimes. They also help tell the air bag system which seats are occupied in case of a crash, as well as controlling the system pre-tensioners. If the buckles get dirt in them, they often do not register properly and the air bag syst
  7. Have you checked the grounds on the seat belt buckles? They are well known for ground related faults. No, this was new information for me. Where can I find it / them ???
  8. Has now changed airbag trigger unit (box) with no results. I have changed everything in the manual for error code 1738. New airbag tendons, new airbag triggering unit box. But my airbag light will remain illuminated. I have tried to zero the system with PIWIS. Unfortunately, my intuition told from the beginning that the error is in a ground fault. I have spent one year at this error and give up now. The car does not go through the Swedish survey and I have now immobilize the car. I will not be able to sell the car even with this problem. I feel very distressed and dejected ...
  9. Hi Loren. Are you able to look at my picture I've attached in this thread? I would appreciate if you are able to tell you which number combinations to match. I have managed to find a couple of boxes on ebay but are unsure which numbers must conform? Have found a box where all the numbers shown true except that which stands between the "stars" With respect / Alex, Sweden The new box must have all the same exact same part numbers as your original unit. all the numbers on the box must therefore match? The part number must match exactly, the serial numbers (between the * *
  10. Hi Loren. Are you able to look at my picture I've attached in this thread? I would appreciate if you are able to tell you which number combinations to match. I have managed to find a couple of boxes on ebay but are unsure which numbers must conform? Have found a box where all the numbers shown true except that which stands between the "stars" With respect / Alex, Sweden The new box must have all the same exact same part numbers as your original unit. all the numbers on the box must therefore match? The part number must match exactly, the serial numbers (between the * *
  11. Hi Loren. Are you able to look at my picture I've attached in this thread? I would appreciate if you are able to tell you which number combinations to match. I have managed to find a couple of boxes on ebay but are unsure which numbers must conform? Have found a box where all the numbers shown true except that which stands between the "stars" With respect / Alex, Sweden The new box must have all the same exact same part numbers as your original unit. all the numbers on the box must therefore match? The part number must match exactly, the serial numbers (between the * *
  12. Hi Loren. Are you able to look at my picture I've attached in this thread? I would appreciate if you are able to tell you which number combinations to match. I have managed to find a couple of boxes on ebay but are unsure which numbers must conform? Have found a box where all the numbers shown true except that which stands between the "stars" With respect / Alex, Sweden The new box must have all the same exact same part numbers as your original unit. all the numbers on the box must therefore match?
  13. Hi Loren. Are you able to look at my picture I've attached in this thread? I would appreciate if you are able to tell you which number combinations to match. I have managed to find a couple of boxes on ebay but are unsure which numbers must conform? Have found a box where all the numbers shown true except that which stands between the "stars" With respect / Alex, Sweden
  14. Thank you Loren. How important is it with all number ranges that are printed on the boxes? It is sufficient that the part number is identical, or must all number combinations on the boxes to be identical? If I have received accurate information, this number is important in the box. 3D0 909 601D. Thankful for all the support
  15. We have measured and checked the wiring between the airbag sensor and airbag triggering unit. Nothing. We have followed Porsche's steps and your recommendations you have written here. Porshes own diagnostic system indicates the same error on Porshe Center workshop. Porsche Center recommend me to buy a new airbag Trigger Unit. They do not guarantee that this is the problem. Unfortunately I have not the financial means to buy a new box. Can you buy a used airbag Trigger Unit Box from the same model year (2004)?
  16. Probably my Airbag Trigger Unit defective. I have had the error code 1738 in almost 1 year now and no one can help mig.Har been in contact with the Porsche Center and I have replaced the airbag sensor to a new but the problem remains. I have also checked all the cables and splices.
  17. This is a open letter to Porsche Leipzig GmHb i email today. Hello, My name is Alexander Tobiasson- I am 38 years old and lives in Sweden. I drive a Porsche Cayenne S V8 4.5 L model year 2004. Reg UJT049. I have owned the car for over 1 year. Unfortunately, the car's air bag system malfunctioned since I bought the car and the owner before've also had problems. The car is my dream and every day I sit in the car I'm proud as hell. I refuse to sell the car and I'll take care of the car in the best possible way. My family says I'm pedantic. I have tried to fix the error for 1 year but no one c
  18. But what should I do then ??? Porsche Centre also do not know what's wrong and they did not reset, or locate the fault. they referred me to buy a new airbag sensor and I have done. but the problem persists ... crazy disappointed Fault ... No one can help me ... everyone derives me to different sources ... Not should you need replace half the car for an airbag lamp.
  19. That is a good scan tool and will be able to diagnose your airbag fault. Yes I know, but i can´t solve the problem...This is a nightmare
  20. It is very hard to follow the cable from airbag sensor (drivers) side to Airbag trigger unit. I have located the airbag trigger unit and have Done a visuell inspection. I believe that it is short Cuit in the cable. IT is possible to measure from Airbag sensor to airbag. Pin 78 in airbag trigger is airbag sensor.
  21. Hi. I have been with My car at Porsche Center in Sweden and they told me to by a new air airbag sensor. Today I installed It and with same result. Fult code 1738 airbag sensor ( driver side) I have tried to reset the code but with negativ result. This is hopeless. I can't get the car through the inspection with this ****ing airbag lamp on.
  22. Into account that the Porsche Cayenne has had huge problems with that airbag and moisture so it is ridiculous and disrespectful of Porsche to not face the consequences. I have been ridiculed in Sweden of many Porsche dealers who claim that Porsche has never taken back and fixed this known error. I know the Porsche around the world has helped many of the same problems that I have in my car. They do it for free when they were aware of the problem. I have lost confidence in Sweden and do all my repairs myself with good friends. A used or new sensor, what does it matter where the problem lies in t
  23. Hello. Alex from sweden calling:-) My front airbag sensor is malfunctioning. I've found a used sensor but the part number is slightly different. My part is 7LO909606 and used I have found 7LO909606B. Does anyone know what B does. I have pictures of both sensors if anyone wants to help me with this? My car is a Porsche Cayenne S 2004 4.5l Used airbag sensor from a 2005 Porsche Cayenne 3.2 V6 Thanks / Alex
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