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VAGCOM usage with Cayenne Turbo S question

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HI Guys,


I am trying to debug my overheating issues on my  '06 CTTS and want to read the misfire measure blocks on my Cayenne TTS -- unfortunately I only have a VAGCOM and don't have a labels file that is specific to my vehicle.  I don't want to pony up for a Durametric either.  All I need to know is the mapping numbers for the misfire measurements and I can pull them with my VAGCOM ?   Can anyone provide that data ?


BTW -- I only have a HEX-USB cable for the VAGCOM and I 've read that some fold are saying I need to connecdt PIN 3 to PIN 7 -- I don;t have those PINs on my ODBII connector.  If any one has sucessfully fought the VAGCOM on Porsche cars battle , I would apprecaite a pointer to the data ?  ( Which cable I need, what to short on the cable , what locations provide what data ? )


If these questions are non-lexical, please be nice when you correct me -- I'm just a nob looking for help..


In the end I want to make sure my coils are OK - - coils replaced at the dealer in '10, new plugs when I bought the car 6 months ago. It over heats when towing my boat and my dealer and I are both stumped -- nothing wrong that we can find. ( great guys at Niello - BTW) -- no codes showing misfires etc. All fans work to spec  and ducting are OK  -- t-stat seems fine but who knows. stable at 180 until under load. then ramps up quickly.


Any help is greatly appreciated.


Loren, you're a wealth of info on many topics ( you've helped me in the past wrt 964/986/911 issues )  -- any chance you have cayenne measure blocks documented somewhere ?  Hint: I read that the RS6 uses the same Bosch Motronic 7.1.1 and those measure blocks are the same ? Thoughts ?

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