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Cayenne 4.5 s workshop warning


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Can anyone provide any advise on this fault.

Just recently ,when I turn the ignition the display shows a warning regarding the door locks , 'workshop required' with a key symbol.

It then goes out after about 30 seconds

I have changed the battery in the remote but no difference .........anyone have any suggestions

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Can anyone provide any advise on this fault.

Just recently ,when I turn the ignition the display shows a warning regarding the door locks , 'workshop required' with a key symbol.

It then goes out after about 30 seconds

I have changed the battery in the remote but no difference .........anyone have any suggestions

You will need to find someone with the Durametric software or a PIWIS tester to find the fault code(s) to fully diagnose the problem.

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I would suggest checking the condition of the battery/batteries as they can cause odd faults in these vehicles. If they test ok then your next step is to access all ECU's for fault codes. And as Loren suggested, you'll need access to the PIWIS or Durametric tools.

Please provide model year and market in your post.

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I would suggest checking the condition of the battery/batteries as they can cause odd faults in these vehicles. If they test ok then your next step is to access all ECU's for fault codes. And as Loren suggested, you'll need access to the PIWIS or Durametric tools.

Please provide model year and market in your post.

Thanks for the reply . Battery is being checked this week .

However I also get the occasional popping noise from the engine . I have had this checked and the read out came with the following codes

16825 P0441 - emmission system incorrect purgeflow and

16405 P0021A - camshaft postion (bank2) timing over advanced or system performance

Model year is 2003 and UK market

I would greatful for any advise

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I would suggest checking the condition of the battery/batteries as they can cause odd faults in these vehicles. If they test ok then your next step is to access all ECU's for fault codes. And as Loren suggested, you'll need access to the PIWIS or Durametric tools.

Please provide model year and market in your post.

Thanks for the reply . Battery is being checked this week .

However I also get the occasional popping noise from the engine . I have had this checked and the read out came with the following codes

16825 P0441 - emmission system incorrect purgeflow and

16405 P0021A - camshaft postion (bank2) timing over advanced or system performance

Model year is 2003 and UK market

I would greatful for any advise

P0441 Fuel tank ventilation system above limit value/below limit value

Possible cause of fault

- Tank vent faulty (remains stuck in an open or closed position)

- Tank vent installed the wrong way round

- Leak in scavenging lines between tank vent and positive crankcase ventilation (in the Turbo via a T-piece also on the intake side of the turbocharger)

- Scavenging lines between tank vent and positive crankcase ventilation trapped or blocked (in the Turbo via a T-piece also on the intake side of the turbocharger)

P0021 Adjustment of Inlet Camshaft in relation to Crankshaft, Bank 2 – Signal Implausible

Possible cause of fault

- Dirt in oil circuit

- Sealing strips on inlet camshaft adjuster faulty

- Oil pressure too low

- Mechanical fault in inlet camshaft adjuster

- Magnetic hydraulic valve faulty

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