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2009 CGTS - Need Advise

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Hi Folks,We are currently on holiday in Vancouver islands with my CGTS - 1600 kms away from home. Before we left home - my vehicle was showing service in 200 kms which I ignored thinking that the service guy set the oil change reminder too low at 5,000 kms. While driving around Yakima Washington, the CEL came on and stayed on, also say "Service Now" during start up. Thinking that it is loose gas cap again (happened to me more than once) I ignored it, but when it did not go away, I ran a check with my Durametric pro.Fault Code #004 - Value Below Lower Limit ValueHere's what I gotEngine Module SD14 - part # 022906032MEDiag # 41333032Fault Code #004 - Value Below Lower Limit ValueFault Code #004 - Value Below Lower Limit Valuecan somebody pls tell me exactly what it means and is it safe to drive it?The CEL is steady amber color, and I think the vehicle drive normal.we are about 500 kms drive away from Vancouver. I think the closest Porsche service center is 300 kms away, in Victoria.If I am not exposing the vehicle to risk by driving it back to Edmonton, I will try to get it fixed in Edmonton, otherwise - I will have it fixed in Victoria

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