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Hi just purchased 2005 9pa in UK,  140,000 miles 3.2 V6

 

All seemed ok till the rain today 😞

 

Front windscreen is steaming up badly now,

Parking sensors are now  been totally erratic  for some reason 

Sidelight/Indicator  error now 

 

just wondering if this is a bad earthing problem with wiring 

 

your help is is appreciated thanks 

 

Gordon

 

 

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Cayennes are notorious for grounding (earthing) issues.  They also are notorious for the sunroof drains becoming blocked and causing leaks under the carpet where there are wiring harnesses.  Good luck!

 

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Hi thanks, don’t have sunroof so that’s a bonus

Mate of mine told me a way to connect new earth straps so hopefully that will work.

Thanks for reply 

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Have your battery load tested also. A weak battery can cause all kinds of strange electrical faults.

If the battery is 5 years old or older I suggest you replace it.

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