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Recently had my air oil seperator replaced. At start ran a little rough now runs super rough and wants to stall. Changed 2 pre cat o2 sensors and mass air flow sensor. These are the current codes, 0112, 0300, 0301, 0302, 0303, 1316, 0102, 0130. Prior the car ran perfect and I cant believe I have all those cylinders misfiring because of plugs or coils. Please help
Moving on from my question about the "test step aborted" code numbers.
One other thing I find, if I try to read the vehicle data from a DME 5.2.2 I get a pop up window that says...
Fehler: erwarteter Blocktitel nicht eingetroffen
With an "OK" button under it... If I hit the enter key, the PST2 reboots...
Anyone know what this means?
I am begging to think that perhaps a file or data on my PST2 might be corrupt!
My 04 Cayenne S has been at the Porsche dealer for just over a month now. I took it there to have a new key programmed into it. I lost my only working keyfob. I was able to copy the blade of my non-working keyfob at a local locksmith. Well, the next day, I get a call that the computer won't take the new key and that a new sensor, immobilizer and keys were needed. Estimate: $1900. Upset, I felt I had no choice and agreed to it. A week later, I get a call that the parts are coming from Germany and it's be sometime next week. As promised, a week later, the parts made it and were installed. Computer still will not learn the factory new keys. I'm told of numerous emails/calls to Porsche tech support over the course of another week. The last time I called to check around the 18th, I'm told that Porsche has discovered a bug with PIWIS v3. Seems that it cannot program keys into a PIWIS v1 vehicle. Now I'm waiting on Porsche to special deliver a working PIWIS v1 computer.
My BS detector is alarming. I would like my Cayenne back, running or not, but I am at a loss on what to do.
Can anyone backup the PIWIS v3 computer story?
What are the odds that my original sensor, immobilizer and key are really fine?
Should I make them reinstall my old parts and try with the PIWIS v1 computer?
The bill should go from around $1900 to $125.
Is there anyone at Porsche I need to make aware of the potential service problems at this dealership?
A little more on the background. They also claim that they have a non-working PIWIS v1 and that Porsche can remote brick the PIWIS computers when a new unit is issued...?? I'm also told that the Durametric cable and software cannot program keys.
Any help or ideas are appreciated.
I have a 2004 3.2 cayenne.
During replacing the prop shaft (thumping on down shift) the battery drained flat and required a re-charge.
when connecting the battery and trying to start the car i got a "brake proprtioning" error, and the car would not start.
having no luck called the breakdown service who tool my car to an auto electrian who attempted to find the fault.
attaching a diagnostic machine i was told it was the ABS swicth or ABS module, switch replaced but no fix.
ABS module sent away for testing came back clear (well the company say they couldnt fully test, needs a main dealer)
But i have been given the error codes from the garage, and the two codes are 0513 and 0524, whilst the brake proportioning error remains on screen.
currently the car doesnt run
does anyone have any idea what causes these errors, and does it need a main dealer to repair?
or can an independant porsche guy do this?
any help would be great