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Chassis System Failure | Help Needed


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Hello,

 

The Front Left AirSuspension had failed  on my Cayenne S (92A MY 2011). Hence, a new 1 was ordered and replaced along with the Compressor and a Valve Block.

 

Issue :

The car refuses to go from Normal Height to Off-road Height giving a 'Chassis System Faliure' message in 'Red' on the cluster.

However, the car without any error drops the height from Normal to Low and from Low to Loading Level. It also without any error raises from Loading to Low and from Low to Normal Level.

 

 

Can someone please advice/suggest, what could be the problem?

 

 

Thanks in advance.

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I believe the system has to be calibrated.. dunno if Durametric can do this or not. May require a dealer visit.  Why was the compressor replaced? They should be long lasting on the 958 series since it's filled with nitrogen not just air, and it doesn't take any air (and moisture) in.

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