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Dear,

 

i have Porsche Cayenne S 2009, i had an issue in the engine, it was stuck and the car was not starting at all. i took to workshop specialized for German cars, they told me engine was due to piston break, they repaired and engine is fine. car is starting in well condition. but i found 3 error codes during the diagnose:

 

1- 0293 Multi-function switch (PRNDS)

2- 1312 CAN Drive

3- U0103 Lost communication with gear shift module

 

because the gear is not communicating with shift module i receive a sound when i shift my gear and gears doesn't change when i drive in D.

 

please can somebody help or support

 

regards,

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8 hours ago, Seraj said:

Dear,

 

i have Porsche Cayenne S 2009, i had an issue in the engine, it was stuck and the car was not starting at all. i took to workshop specialized for German cars, they told me engine was due to piston break, they repaired and engine is fine. car is starting in well condition. but i found 3 error codes during the diagnose:

 

1- 0293 Multi-function switch (PRNDS)

2- 1312 CAN Drive

3- U0103 Lost communication with gear shift module

 

because the gear is not communicating with shift module i receive a sound when i shift my gear and gears doesn't change when i drive in D.

 

please can somebody help or support

 

regards,

Diagnose code 1 (1).jpeg

Diagnose code 2.jpeg

Assuming the obvious stuff.....battery good and no blown fuses or loose disconnected connectors or broken wires under the seat or under the front carpets wiring loom water ingress and corroded wires?

 

0103 Code points towards the shift lever magnets not making the circuit board activate the signal to tell the module which gear you selected. 

Common problem the black plastic shift cover plate is broken or the magnets detached or come loose. Some people have needed to super glue the magnets in place again. 

Strip down and inspect. 

http://www.pelicanparts.com/techarticles/Porsche-Cayenne/11-BODY-Shift_Gate_Trim_Replacement/11-BODY-Shift_Gate_Trim_Replacement.htm

 

Other possible things to check is the connector going to the side of the transmission is not wet corroded or loose? Picture diagram part number 1. Refered to as the F125 multi function Switch (hence code 0293).

 

Also more unlikely a control module fault. 

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Dear Lewisweller,

Thanks alot bro, i took the car yesterday to another German workshop specialist, he said DME which is inside top of the engine has an issue, he replaced another one with different part number and showed me, the lights in the shift modules were switched on, but he didnt start the car because the DME was of different part number. he said i will order with the same part number and the issue will be solved. i am waiting to see if the problem resolves.

 

thanks again bro,

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On 11/01/2017 at 0:46 PM, Seraj said:

Dear Lewisweller,

Thanks alot bro, i took the car yesterday to another German workshop specialist, he said DME which is inside top of the engine has an issue, he replaced another one with different part number and showed me, the lights in the shift modules were switched on, but he didnt start the car because the DME was of different part number. he said i will order with the same part number and the issue will be solved. i am waiting to see if the problem resolves.

 

thanks again bro,

Good luck, do report back the Fix is confirmed and what part number it was. 

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