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Tom M

Want to decipher error codes before clearing

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I bought a Durametric and it's showing a couple of faults on my 2011 Cayenne S. Searching hasn't uncovered anything so I thought I'd post here to see if I can get clarification on what these might be prior to just clearing them and seeing if they come back.

 

CAN Gateway

1538 / 602

1539 / 603

 

I'm guessing the above could be due to having removed the PCM for repair and driving the vehicle but not really sure.

 

HVAC

3277300 / 3201f4

 

Still working through a couple of issues with Durametric as it hangs when processing the airbag. They've been helpful and fully expect things to be resolved after providing quite a bit of feedback.

 

I also had a P0456 but replacing the fuel cap, which no longer clicked when putting it back on, took care of that.

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Hi Tom

 

I was wondering if you had found what these fault codes meant and if how you fixed the issue.

 

I have a 2011 Cayenne V6, just purchased a Durametric and have the same fault codes.  I couldn't find anything on the internet on these codes.

 

Thanks,

 

Norm C

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P1538 and 1539 are codes for VarioCam actuator codes indicating no active position. Causes: – Open circuit, triggering – Open circuit, B+ supply – Actuator defective.

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