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Driving around on Saturday enjoying the nice weather and the Panamera blessed me with the following "new" lights. For what its worth the car still drives very normal and the lights haven't gone away. I'll be pulling the Durametric tonight with hopes of finding the cause and possible solution. I'm thinking there's a sensor somewhere that needs love/replacement.

Oh and its time for the interval maintenance as well.


 
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I have had the seat belt light come on from worn out buckle on a Saab 93 Aero and Nissan Armada, It is not a simple click sensor. The buckles have a 'Hall's effect magnetic sensor" that prevent seat belt manipulation and or to get around the seat belt warnings. Google for ABS belt buckle or something like that.

I see you have the corresponding Airbag light which makes sense. Of course it could be anything with the ABS, airbag system. The fix for me was to replace the seat belt buckle since the inside was worn out somehow or the magnet that floats would no longer tell the computer the seat belt was fastened. The sensor 'floats in a range' so you cannot defect it easily. (mV)

First time it cost me 100 to get diagnosed and then i replaced the buckle myself on the Saab. On the Nissan, I just bought a new buckle and fixed.

Hopefully the Durametric will tell you if the ABS and or belt sensor are good or fault and tells you which area, Like, front passenger buckle. You can trace with multimeter or scan tool for millivolt changes but I don't recall how to or if it is easy.

Good luck.
 

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Finally got an opportunity to run a Durametric scan and got the following codes:

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Engine Module Siemens EMS SDI 6.1
Current Fault Codes



C0700:
Camshaft Position Sensor 2-G163/Engine Speed (RPM) Sensor -G28 Incorrect allocation
Implausible signal

C0600:
Ignition output 3 Short circuit to B+
Implausible signal

C0100:
EVAP Emission Contr.Sys.Incorrect Purge Flow
No signal/communication

P0300:
Control module defective
No signal/communication

C2800:
No signal/communication

C2500:
Unit injector solenoid valve - cylinder 2-N241 Value below lower control limit
No signal/communication

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Porsche Stability Management / Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
Current Fault Codes



12656646 / c12006:

Warning Indicator Off
Test Not Completed This Monitoring Cycle
Test Failed Since Last Clear
Test Not Completed Since Last Clear
Pending DTC
Test Failed This Operation Cycle
Fault Active

12656772 / c12084:
Check POSIP triggering unit fault memory content
Warning Indicator Off
Test Not Completed This Monitoring Cycle
Test Failed Since Last Clear
Test Not Completed Since Last Clear
Pending DTC
Test Failed This Operation Cycle
Fault Active

12656665 / c12019:
Warning Indicator Off
Test Not Completed This Monitoring Cycle
Test Failed Since Last Clear
Test Not Completed Since Last Clear
Pending DTC
Test Not Failed This Operation Cycle
Fault Passive
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CAN Gateway
Current Fault Codes



0603:
Load switch-off (eEm)
Warning Indicator Off
Test Completed This Monitoring Cycle
Test Not Failed Since Last Clear
Test Completed Since Last Clear
Not Pending DTC
Test Not Failed This Operation Cycle
Fault Passive

2006:
Communication with POSIP triggering unit
Warning Indicator Off
Test Completed This Monitoring Cycle
Test Not Failed Since Last Clear
Test Completed Since Last Clear
Not Pending DTC
Test Not Failed This Operation Cycle
Fault Active


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Door module front left [Door was open during scan]
Current Fault Codes

2123:
Sill cover illuminated
Electrical fault


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Rear lid - Tailgate
Current Fault Codes



U101100:
Supply voltage Voltage too low Factory Fault Code 14
Warning Indicator Off
Test Completed This Monitoring Cycle
Test Not Failed Since Last Clear
Test Not Completed Since Last Clear
Not Pending DTC
Test Not Failed This Operation Cycle
Fault Passive


U140000:
Function restriction due to insufficient voltage Factory Fault Code 11
Warning Indicator Off
Test Completed This Monitoring Cycle
Test Not Failed Since Last Clear
Test Completed Since Last Clear
Not Pending DTC
Test Not Failed This Operation Cycle
Fault Passive


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Instrument cluster for 970, 958
Current Fault Codes



12652544 / c11000:
Supply voltage below limit value
Warning Indicator Off
Test Completed This Monitoring Cycle
Test Not Failed Since Last Clear
Test Completed Since Last Clear
Not Pending DTC
Test Not Failed This Operation Cycle
Fault Passive

12656646 / c12006:
No communication with POSIP triggering unit
Warning Indicator Off
Test Completed This Monitoring Cycle
Test Not Failed Since Last Clear
Test Completed Since Last Clear
Not Pending DTC
Test Not Failed This Operation Cycle
Fault Active


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Tried clearing all the DTCs, but no good the airbag light stayed on...I need to look at the rest of these and get them addressed but looks like she may end up at the stealership.
 
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how old is your battery?
 
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how old is your battery?
Going on 4 years...I bought it on 8/3/2016 per the receipt so I'll assume its slightly older. What should be the expected battery life on a Panamera?
 
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Disconnect battery in trunk for couple hours. Make sure trunk does not close on you or you will be looking for way to get in. Ghen reconnect. Then start car and clear all faults in durametric.
 
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Disconnect battery in trunk for couple hours. Make sure trunk does not close on you or you will be looking for way to get in. Ghen reconnect. Then start car and clear all faults in durametric.
Giving it a shot, she's in the garage and will be disconnected all night long. We'll see if this addresses the airbag/seatbelt light.
 
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At the dealer now...initial prognosis is not good as in they believe the code is hardcoded (almost as if there was an impact) but clearly it hasn't been but they are diving deeper.
 
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Originally Posted by OEkun1 View Post
Going on 4 years...I bought it on 8/3/2016 per the receipt so I'll assume its slightly older. What should be the expected battery life on a Panamera?
3 years MAYBE 4 - at least here in South FL where it's hot year-round. I replace every 3 years in the PTT. The original battery in my 2016 Camry just gave up the ghost a few weeks ago.
 
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Update from the dealer today: Turns out the main airbag module got a short in it and thus caused the issue and this was some abnormal issue. More to come once repaired and picked up.
 
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Here's the culprit here...circled in red. A new battery wouldn't have solved this one.
 
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Ouch, looks like the cap blew (lucky it didn't start a fire) - yep new battery wouldn't help much
 
 
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