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mderwin

Cayenne Diesel fault code P13E600. Any ideas?

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Using my Durametric software, I've been getting this fault code P13E600 - reads "sensor or internal pressure of cylinders Implausable signal factory.... any idea what this is? Had car recently serviced at Dealer and informed them of the code - they didn't address it.

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Is the a check engine light or drivability problem? I no longer trust durametric for reading fault codes on the Cayenne as I've seen too many bogus faults generated when a problem doesn't exist.

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Is the a check engine light or drivability problem? I no longer trust durametric for reading fault codes on the Cayenne as I've seen too many bogus faults generated when a problem doesn't exist.

 

A lot of the Durametric problems with the Cayenne line has to do with the use of Siemens made  DME's in those models, which apparently use a different diagnostic logic.  From what I have read, VW diagnostic systems, which do not work on other Porsches, seem to do a better job with these cars.

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You're right there is seemingly no problems with the car, and no check engine light. Seems to be running perfectly. It's probably the Durametric software.

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Is the a check engine light or drivability problem? I no longer trust durametric for reading fault codes on the Cayenne as I've seen too many bogus faults generated when a problem doesn't exist.

 

A lot of the Durametric problems with the Cayenne line has to do with the use of Siemens made  DME's in those models, which apparently use a different diagnostic logic.  From what I have read, VW diagnostic systems, which do not work on other Porsches, seem to do a better job with these cars.

 

 

I was informed by Durametric not to use VW diagnostics ( such as Ross-tech )on the Cayenne as it can cause CANBUS faults.

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Is the a check engine light or drivability problem? I no longer trust durametric for reading fault codes on the Cayenne as I've seen too many bogus faults generated when a problem doesn't exist.

 

A lot of the Durametric problems with the Cayenne line has to do with the use of Siemens made  DME's in those models, which apparently use a different diagnostic logic.  From what I have read, VW diagnostic systems, which do not work on other Porsches, seem to do a better job with these cars.

 

 

I was informed by Durametric not to use VW diagnostics ( such as Ross-tech )on the Cayenne as it can cause CANBUS faults.

 

 

I have also read that but we have several customers using VW diagnostics (Ross Techs VCDS) instead of the Durametric system on late model Cayenne and seem to have gotten by without problems as far as I know.

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