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Just tested 8K0 907 410 H02 transmitter module from Audi R8 in Porsche Cayenne Turbo (958) ... works like a charm :-) I think H02 (and H04 on some modules) must be a version indicator ... :-)
Different versions of the Homelink transmitter : 8K0 907 410 (WARNING : info to be confirmed) 8K0 907 410 - 433MHz (European version) 8K0 907 410 B - 868MHz 8K0 907 410 C - 315MHz (US version) What is the 8K0 907 410 H02 version ?
SOLVED : Changed SIM card ... apparently one needs to use a SIM card with NO MORE than 8Mb of storage ... hard to find these days, but works flawlessly now.
retrofit project in Porsche Cayenne Turbo 958 2011
Hi, with SIM card in the tray, my phone module is restarting every few minutes ; untill I simply remove the SIM card, then it stops rebooting - so this looks like a communication problem related to the MOST ... any updates from members who have reported this here before ? How did you solve this ? Was the problem related to the MOST or to the phone module itself - or to the PCM 2.1 ? Cayenne (MY08) GTS.