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Greetings

 

2010 Panamera 4S 

 

Fault...

 

PASM Fault: 000315 - Level Control Switched OFF / Jack mode on. (Hard Fault wont clear...)

 

 

Symptoms...

 

Height Control Button on consol innop...

Front end all the way down...

Rear End all the way up...

Sport Mode features Innop due to PASM Fault....

 

Any ideas?

 

cheers!

 

 

 

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There is apparently a method of filling the entire system from r/f strut pressure line....

 

does anyone know if there is a service port or will i have to create some sort of adapter?

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Hi There,

 

Hope some help here. My panamera was down with front air spring and air compressor. Front air spring was changed and a new air compressor from air-suspension shop online. 

The mechanic job done but not the car was all the way up at the highest position. He did height calibration, check for all leaks(no leaks), still the car cant lower down. 

Though air spring ventilated to lower postion, it goes up again after driving a distance. All other modes sport or super sport were not usable.

 

Any ideas?

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On 04/02/2016 at 9:32 AM, EleCTriCT said:

There is apparently a method of filling the entire system from r/f strut pressure line....

 

does anyone know if there is a service port or will i have to create some sort of adapter?

Is there a way to fill the system or is the best way through the actuator? 

 

The front l,r shocks were replaced due to leaking but not the car won't go up. It's not leaking but it won't raise or lower. Bumpy ride... 

i think a new compressor might be required... 

 

any smarties on with the answers :) 

thanks in advance 

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