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It is likely the blower motor is defective or the connector is burnt or the dash switch is defective, Also the blower motor brushes may just be worn out, when it stops hit the motor with a hammer handle and see if it starts, check all connectors for signs of overheating as well.

Porsche Cars &... | Answered on Aug 15, 2019

check fuses and relays --check compressor for operation --possible low freon --blend /mode door stuck or damaged

Porsche Cayenne... | Answered on Aug 14, 2019

fill to correct pressure and usually resets after a mile or 2 if no reset test for failure of tps

Porsche Cars &... | Answered on Aug 05, 2019

You have to visit a dealers parts Dept. they need the VIN from the lower left of the windshield, the number off the radio (if available) and most important proof of ownership, they will call for the code. I hope this helps. Take care.

Porsche Cars &... | Answered on May 17, 2019

I have been hearing and experiencing some sort of reservoir of water swishing around in the passenger side of my 2004 Cayenne. The carpet is soggy and there is evidence of moisture intrusion when I open the doors. There is a film of moisture on around the lower door jams. Of course Porsche is nowhere to be found in this discussion. My beautiful car is now a camel and I can not findc a descent explanation anywhere. Your post is the closest thing I can find. And did the "garage" charge you to extract the five buckets of water? The folks at Porcsche have no idea and no one else has "had" the problem. WTF?

2000 Porsche... | Answered on May 04, 2019

Tow it to a Porsche dealership. You don't have a normal car, you have a 'super-car'. You can't work on them yourself, especially the anti-theft system.

You can try the standard reset to the alarm system if you like.

Disconnect the two leads of the battery.
Leave for at least 2 hours.
Hold the positive and negative leads together for 5 minutes.
Put the key in the ignition or if keyless, in close proximity to the steering column.
Connect the Positive battery lead.
Connect the Negative lead in one swift movement.
Leave the vehicle for 15 minutes to fully reset and re-pair the chip in the key and the chip in the ignition lock.

2010 Porsche... | Answered on Apr 27, 2019

That’s a question for You Tube or the dealer of course. More than likely something electronic got wet and is causing this. Try you tube and you will see if others have had the same problem. Then u may get a fix.

Porsche Cars &... | Answered on Apr 26, 2019

Hi I have the same problem on my 1999 Carrea, I had the windows at the rear stuck down and the roof latch keeps open and closing, I have not solved this yet it could be a relay but it all started when I was opening and closing on the keypad, if you get the roof up and cant get the rear windows to close get the roof closed to a locking position and where the hood lock pulls back at the roof lock station slide a thin s crew driver up the side of the lock hook they close then, also a tip, if you stick your little finger in the hole where the hood lock goes and press both the rear window buttons up they close when the roof is down. if anyone knows why my hood wont lock please let me know

2001 Porsche 911... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019

Check the basics :
1. Load test battery @ half of cold cranking amps.
2. Check charging system
Then go back and check them again.

Porsche Cars &... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019

are you using the spare key? try using the original ignition key, and find out if it works

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Apr 09, 2019

Just try tind a tiny switch installed in body.when you cl9se the door of ur side this switch gets off by pressed by the door.each door has similar switch installed.press it manually and see the panel what it shows now.when switch gets rusted or loos it does nt connets well.

2005 Porsche... | Answered on Apr 02, 2019

If the bulb is dim then it's OK
Try spinning the headlight switch pull it controls the brightness. (sometime it's a roller wheel on the dash instead)


1983 Porsche 928 | Answered on Mar 25, 2019

Does scanning for codes come up with any?
This could be your spark plug coils going bad on a few cylinders or a vacuum leak. I prefer the coils as that is easier to diagnose and fix.

Porsche Cars &... | Answered on Mar 24, 2019

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