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Researching Porsche Fault Codes


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I'm gettin two error codes from the Durametric:

446 Clutch Pedal Encoder

16 Oxygen Sensor Ageing-delay bank 1

I've tried the search function and didn't find anything......

I tried looking up the parts on Pelican; I didn't get a return for a 'clutch pedal encoder' and searching for an oxygen sensor I find there are four choices (two before the cats, two after).

Any guidance on what part to purchase would be appreciated, or if I just completely missed the page containing the codes and the explanation a location for it.

'03 996 C2 6-speed cabriolet

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I'm gettin two error codes from the Durametric:

446 Clutch Pedal Encoder

16 Oxygen Sensor Ageing-delay bank 1

I've tried the search function and didn't find anything......

I tried looking up the parts on Pelican; I didn't get a return for a 'clutch pedal encoder' and searching for an oxygen sensor I find there are four choices (two before the cats, two after).

Any guidance on what part to purchase would be appreciated, or if I just completely missed the page containing the codes and the explanation a location for it.

'03 996 C2 6-speed cabriolet

Go to the "DIY Menu" tab near the top left of every page on this site...the pull down menu will give you the OBDII fault codes for your year DME.

Regards, Maurice.

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I'm gettin two error codes from the Durametric:

446 Clutch Pedal Encoder

16 Oxygen Sensor Ageing-delay bank 1

I've tried the search function and didn't find anything......

I tried looking up the parts on Pelican; I didn't get a return for a 'clutch pedal encoder' and searching for an oxygen sensor I find there are four choices (two before the cats, two after).

Any guidance on what part to purchase would be appreciated, or if I just completely missed the page containing the codes and the explanation a location for it.

'03 996 C2 6-speed cabriolet

P1137 (446) Clutch Switch - Signal Implausible

Possible fault cause:

- Fuse faulty (Fuse B7)

- Clutch switch

- Short circuit to B+

- Open circuit

P1275 (16) Signal Delay Time for Oxygen Sensor Ageing, Bank 1 – Above/Below Limit

Possible fault cause:

– Oxygen sensor ahead of TWC

– Leak ahead of TWC or in the area of the oxygen sensor after TWC

– Wiring (oxygen sensors exchanged)

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Okay, I do have another question.....

Which side is 'bank 1'?

Is that the exaust system from the left side of the engine or the passenger side?

Ok....I found the answer.

Problems is I kept getting an error code when I searched the term 'bank 1' (the '1' is less than three charachters).

I finally had success searching for 'oxygen bank' and found a response by RFM that bank one is from the passenger side, so thanks to RFM for his post.

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Ok, I'm a bit confused......

If I understand the diagram to which Loren directed me, bank one (1-2-3) is on the driver's (US model) or left side of the engine (as viewed from the rear of the car).....

but in this post (http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?/topic/35510-oxygen-sensor-error-code-which-one-is-it/page__p__188147__hl__%2Boxygen+%2Bbank__fromsearch__1#entry188147), RFM instructs that it is on the passenger side, which I take to be on the right side, viewed from the rear of the car (4-5-6).....

So...which is correct?

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