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rik881 replied to wtsnt's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Ebay has the for $300 all day. There are 2 types. With and without connector. Good luck!
But how can you feel either when in Park?
Have you changed transfer case fluid yet? Might be wrong fluid in it.
I guess it is the purge valve, i think i have a spare one lying around somewhere. Does that have anything to do with driveability you think?
It does not come on anymore but it used to have evap code.
My drain is fine.
Battery and alternator are fine, but i do run a lot the a/c. I think the a/c water drain is fine, it just takes like 5 minutes before it starts cooling. Where should i look for water. The TB reset did not help. I will my TB when i get to it.
Going to give this a try as well. I'm having same problem.
rik881 replied to redzero's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)No need to drop the engine. Just loosen the bolts from the subframe and you will get them out. I did it while the car was on jack stands.
You might need a new engine speed sensor and may be clean your wheel speed sensors . Clear codes and see if any of them come back. Write down the codes before erasing just in case.
You need to change the oil as much as you can. T4 or 3309 cheap and a filter is all you need. Don't forget to bring a fluid transfer pump. Just put in the same amount off oil as there came out and you are good to go.
You need to take out your steering column and have it repaired as you have found by now.
Big problem! N360 steering column faulty. Touareg suffers same problem, older A8 d3 as well
Take some pics while you are at it. I changed a rear diff last week which had a horrible knock but everything seemed to work exactly the same as the replacement.
How to get those codes?