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Hi all I’ve been fighting with the cayenne again 

let’s me put the key in and turn it then I get steering fault as attached any ideas of a way around this or a reset thanks car won’t start 

 

 

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Edited by Pkcayenne
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You might want to do a search on this topic, several posters have encountered this issue which typically requires removal of the steering column and sending out for repair, or a rather expensive replacement by the dealer.

 

Good luck.

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