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Oil level monitoring failure PSM failure


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I have a 2006 Porsche Cayenne 4.5 V8 Turbo.in the Cluster comes now the Message oil level monitoring failure and PSM Failure. I replaced the Level sensor but I still have the Message. what means PSM failure and had someone an idea how to fix it?

 

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39 minutes ago, thor1974 said:

I have a 2006 Porsche Cayenne 4.5 V8 Turbo.in the Cluster comes now the Message oil level monitoring failure and PSM Failure. I replaced the Level sensor but I still have the Message. what means PSM failure and had someone an idea how to fix it?

 

Sounds like you have a battery voltage issue maybe, I think your warnings and psm are ghost faults caused by something else hence why a new level sensor didn't fix the problem. If you haven't already got diagnostic tool aka Durametrics I suggest you invest $200-300. 

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1 hour ago, thor1974 said:

I drove the Porsche now but I still get the message oil level monitoring failure and PSM failure

 

I had a similar problem. Reason was a faulty lock mechanism on the hood. When oil warning light appears and you fill up oil and open and close the hood for this reason light should go out.

try to take out this fuse for a moment and put it back. Start the car and see what happens with your warnings

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7 hours ago, thor1974 said:

I drove now 25 miles with the Car and  sometimes you hear how the ABS Module starts working and the PSM starts flashing. the same I have  now with the other Porsche too

Assuming your tyres and wheels are all the same sizes and even wear rates and even tyre brand not mixed up on same axle? Then your likely having a wheel speed sensor intermittent fault. The fuse blown or missing would not be intermittent. 

I would start with this as it likely the cheapest solution Fix, sometimes just dirt on the sensor or in the slots of the pickup ring can do this. Remove them and clean and refit and test. 

If you have software you can check the sensor on each Wheel. 

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ok will do that. But now I have the next Problem. the rpm goes up and down and sometimes stall the Engine. I checked all vacuum hoses but nothing. I read out the ECU and get follow codes. P1095, P2178, P2180.

 

by the P1095 I get different solutions changing Mass air flow sensor or that

 


17503 - Intake Manifold Tuning Valve Position Sensor (G336)
            P1095 - 008 - Short to Plus
17503 - Intake Manifold Tuning Valve Position Sensor (G336)
            P1095 - 008 - Short to Plus
Readiness: 0010 1101

 

where is that Valve?

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