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Oil pressure monitoring failure

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Hi all,

New cayenne turbo MY2008 owner here :)

When I take a car from dealership and drove some kilometers I see message that say "oil pressure monitoring failure" that disappear after 2-3 sec. I see this message 4-5 times after acceleration to approx 200 km and depress a throttle pedal and low RPM. The dealer take a car to change software. First time no luck. Second (and different) software reflash almost solve the problem, but I see the message two more times for 1000 km trip. Every time on low RPM. We drove the car with service manager and PIWIS connected but unfortunately we can't replicate the situation. The graphic of oil pump pressure seems ok during the test drive.

What do you think, is this a problem or not ?

I'm willing to try Durametric software in order to monitor car behavior, but Mr. Duram say to me that in this moment they don't support Cayenne turbo MY2008.

Thank you in advance for your kind cooperation.

P.S. Sorry about my poor english language :)

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