Question about 2004 Porsche 911
Open circuit is just that, a break in the wiring along its path. First check the plug at the sensor be sure the contacts are there and not corroded away inside the plug. Next; follow the wiring back away from the sensor, looking for burns or snags along the way, if you do not find any such damage look at the harness loom and cut away at any sharp bends in the harness/wiring, and pay attn. to where there are ties or wrapping to hold the harness to the frame or fire wall. Hope this fixya up.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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