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I i need help the dealer give me the wiring diagram for front left tire pressure sensor for caynenne 2009 three small wire but the color of diagram and my wire didn't fit and dealer don't want to help me more...so i need your help to get good wiring color some body can give me pic of your wiring. the tire pressure sensor is located under liner of right front fender thank you for your help steve

i have cayenne 2009.

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hi loren tks for reply

the dealer give me the same color code but as you can see in picture it's not the same color i have brown/green, grey, violet so i'm very lost....thank you

:welcome:

Looks like:

A3 = black/black

A2 = blue/blue

A1 = brown/brown

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Loren,

The pic. send by temporel looks not comprehensive enough for details (exact routing), but perhaps the wiring colors will match with the SERVOTRONIC steering rack connector instead of the RDK system?

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Small detail to start with, you talk about the front LEFT but the pic. shows the front RIGHT. Best you can do is following the wiring or ask for a PIWIS Cayenne electric diagram print out, could be anything with 3 wire connector on the right side from chassis acceleration sensor till loading sensor (headlight height correction HID). Success.

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hi rfm sorry it's right side...the dealer give me all this info he tell me that the wire is for tire pressure sensor but the thing is the wiring color is not the same as piwis and don't want to help me more. so if some one have a cayenne 2009 and want to look at and give me a pic or is wiring color with pin tks you very much.

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