Arghhhhh!!!! That didn't last long. On my way to pick up my plates, the dreaded message came back on screen. So I picked up the plates and in it goes again to see what else is wrong...
Meanwhile got a Panamera loaner. It is a Panamera Edition. Not even close to the GTS...
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Woohooo!!!!! IT IS FIXED!!! Now it IS really, really fixed!You got the vacuum leak, I think. Ask your dealer to test the turbo boost. The symptom is no turbo boost at all.
Good news! But I am disappointed that Porsche still has this issue in production after so long. :-\
Glad you got this resolved. But still pretty pathetic performance by your dealer if I may say so. Did anybody even open the hood when you showed up the first time?
You have a boost leak most likely and the turbos are spooling with no pressure build up. You could damage the turbos! On mine it was the drivers side lower intercooler hose that popped off. Hose had a nub on the connector that was worn. They usually drain this pipe of oil during an oil change to empty any blow by. For me I pushed the pipe on again and was able to limp it around without getting into boost until I was able to install the new hose.Had a loss of power followed by a whistling noise that accompanied the accelerator pressure. My buddy plugged in his diagnostic coder and the above was the result. Anybody have a similar issue, and/or an idea of what this repair may cost? Thanks in advance!