Konstantin Fotiadis

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  1. Just for curiosity, have you tried to add and use the short Autologic adapt cable ?
  2. Hi, i don't remember which, but we had to use the short Autologic jumper cable to link to some of these cars.
  3. Check and replace the short L shape hose at the pump inlet. This hose gets hard, and let's air to get into the system. Is the pump making any kind of noise ? Wordpac has the hose.
  4. This VIN # shows the car being 2015,if so give me your fax number and i will send you the cooling fan circuit. no worrie i see you got it
  5. Thank for all the help guys.I located pump and removed and bench tested pump. I found pump to be bad. I replaced pump and cleared DTC.Test drove car with no further problems.
  6. Thank for all the help guys. I located pump and removed and bench tested pump. I found pump to be bad. I replaced pump and cleared DTC. Test drove car with no futhier problems.
  7. VIN: WP0AD29957S784096 Production Month / Vehicle Year: October / 2006 Production Month / Vehicle Year: October / 2006 Make: Porsche Model: 911 Turbo AWD (997) Engine: 3.6L Turbo Transmission: Manual 6-Speed Mileage: 27895 Affected System: Engine / Powertrain EVAP System Leak Detection Pump Issue Description of Issue: Unknown Scan Tool: Autologic (Blue Box)That I am getting code P2402 - EVAP emission system leak detection pump control circuit high. I think it may need a new leak detection pump. Can anyone point to where the pump and canister are located on this model. Thanks for your help.