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Ricky_Harwood
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2023/01/24 17:39:52 (permalink)

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I just got told that Porsche removed the Auto Start Stop from 2017 and 18 panameras. Anybody know a way to get this back?
There is no button to be able to deactivate start stop.

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Re: Ricky_Harwood 2023/01/24 18:31:30 (permalink)
Hi Ricky,
Not sure if this will help, but I found this youtube video ( https://youtu.be/Pmh7Jr-v908) which suggests you may be able to use a programmable button on the steering wheel as a stop/start enable/disable button. I think the video is for a Cayman but you may have a similar capability in your car?

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Re: Ricky_Harwood 2023/01/24 19:07:15 (permalink)
Thanks for your help but I think this would need to be done through the computer as Porsch removed it during a  campaign.  Unbelievably only this model according to Porsche Aberdeen. It is so annoying when coming onto roundabouts etc and the engine cuts out. Dangerous 😳 
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