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Loren's diagram is correct, two are on each side of the front of the intake, buried down alongside the cam covers; the third is on the rear of the intake, also somewhat down low.

 

If you cannot locate them, take the car to someone that works on them, they are not that hard to locate.

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If it helps Im from Germany, so I'm not sure if there are any differences between the model from the US an the European. I hope you can help me out. I get the error code boost pressure sensor signal to high and air intake temperature sensor electric fail.

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2 minutes ago, JFP in PA said:

Loren's diagram is correct, two are on each side of the front of the intake, buried down alongside the cam covers; the third is on the rear of the intake, also somewhat down low.

 

If you cannot locate them, take the car to someone that works on them, they are not that hard to locate.

Yeah maybe u are right, if I u could make a circle in my picture to show me In what area it should be in ur opinion it would help me a lot. If I can't find It I will bring it to Porsche but that will be **** expensive and I was hoping to dodge that😅 if u need a other picture I can take more 

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8 minutes ago, JFP in PA said:

Try using Loren's diagram to estimate their respective locations, as noted, they are down in a recess on the side of the intake near the side of the cam covers.

There is no sensor going into the intake system from above, after the throttle bodys. Do I have to take something apart to see the sensors? I'm sry I know I should bring it to someone but I want to try to fix it by myself first. I appreciate ur patience with me. Thank you 

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I have personally only seen two V6 Cayenne diesels, both were the property of US service personnel that brought them back to the US when they came home.  As I did not service the boost sensors on either vehicle, and working from memory, the two forward sensors are down in between the cam covers and the intake system, and barely visible from above; and located between the first and second vertical mounting studs on the intake system.  The rear sensor is kind of buried down low on the rear of the intake unit.  Sorry, but I cannot be more help that that as this combination was not found in large numbers in the US..........

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