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  1. HiI've just bought my first Porsche, a 1997 2.5 Boxster Manual UK RHD spec. It has got a few problems that I suspect are linked but don't know how to solve. Issues as follows:-Passenger (left side) door does not lock either with the key or the remote or the button on the dashRemote button on key does not work even though the LED lights up and the red light on the dash flashes.I can open/lock the drivers door with the key but when I do, the horn beeps twiceOther than that, car works fine and starts/runs perfectly.I've got hold of a durametric and got the follwoing fault codes/messages:-AlarmCurrent Fault Codes47No Central Locking PossibleCentral Locking synchronisationStatus: PresentNumber of times DTC present: 146No Central Locking PossibleCentral Locking synchronisationStatus: PresentNumber of times DTC present: 141No engine start possibleTransponder pill faulty or not presentStatus: Not presentNumber of times DTC present: 134No passenger compartment monitoringInterior monitoring sensor short to B+ or faultyStatus: PresentNumber of times DTC present: 145Central Locking or unlocking not possibleServer motor. Central Locking system short to B+Status: PresentNumber of times DTC present: 2Bit of a long list but anybody got any idea what all that means on a practical level ie how do I fix it!Thanks for your helpRichard
  2. Hi everyone, new guy here, hope someone can help? my 996tt 2001 tip awd will not start, it turns over, I can hear the fuel pump run, I can smell fuel from the exhaust, it does not fire up. I borrowed a VDO code reader from a friend no engine issues but it has 2 fault codes under the body tab. see images, any help appreciated cheers Paul.
  3. Can anyone help with below Codes for my 2011 Cayenne Base Model: P164D - Oil Pressure P3044 - Throttle P046 - Evap (I think this is some sort of leak in my gas line...already bought a new gas cap & code came back yesterday) Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!
  4. I have an ’00 996 C2. I recently removed the dash and most of the components down to the firewall to repair the AC baffles and install an new stereo and amps. Everything is working fine except the airbag light was is on. I bought a Durmetric cable to reset the system and after multiple resets I still get error codes 20, 26, 28 and 30. I am sure I missed or damaged something getting everything back together. Can anyone recommend a place to start looking based on these code? Alternatively can anyone recommend a place to find more information on these codes.
  5. Hi, My first post to the forum, hopefully someone can help, I had a problem with the air con not blowing cold, my first port of call was to check the fuses. all ok but when I started the car again I had PSM failure and PASM failure messages on the dash. Car hadn't moved. I have run Durametrics and tried clearing the faults. I now have the following fault codes. PSM fault codes 5400: Fault sport mode 4444: Steering angle sensor not initialised Air conditioning 8023: Outside air/recirc. air flap motor I was wondering if anyone has come across this and if there is a quick fix for any of the above, it just seams strange that the faults just appeared even though the car had not moved and all that was checked was the fuses.
  6. Please can someone help. I have a 2000 996 3.4l Carrera cabrio and have tried to resolve a convertible top problem with a V6 Durametric tester. The tester is reporting a unrecognised error code 16 for the cabrio top module which I cannot find anywhere. This error will not clear. The top opens up to the service position and goes no further, but will close again. If I ask the Durametric to calibrate the roof, nothing happens. Any advice would be welcome.
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