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GT2 Oil Level Check Issue

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I'm having an issue with the oil level check feature on the car, of all the pre-requirements to perform the oil level check the car is throwing a messsage that the oil check cannot be made because the "car is not level"... I'm wondering if anyone has experienced this issue before and also what sensor controls or is providing feedback for this???


Gustavo Classe

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My friend.. off course the car is level when i do the oil level check... I brought the car to the Porsche dealership already and they could not figure out the problem as the car doesnt give any code... They replaced the oil sensor thinking that it was the oil level sensor communication, then they swap the cluster with a spare and no luck... so last thing they did is to open a ticket to ask Porsche what could be the reason of the failure.... on the meantime i'm trying to see if this has been reported before...

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So after scheduling another visit to verify the functionality of the cluster, apparently (because i did not see it) using a GT3 cluster the oil level function worked, so they decided to order a new GT2 cluster for replacement. Upon arrival and installation of the new cluster the issue continued. confused.gif

And the saga continues, next week they will proceed to re-flash the car (thinking that is because of the giac software) to see if the failure disappear... but nothing concrete (clearly they are guessing...)... waooo this whole porsche problems are really a mistery.. ****...

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