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Old August 15th, 2016
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Just a thought - has anyone with this problem tried Nav-TV's S2P (Signal to Power) adapter? Its purpose is to give you reliable +12v accessory power from CAN. I would think it would solve this problem.
Thanks for the tip.

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It's not fair for people to be complaining about Escort in this situation - the issue has nothing to do with Escort's hardware - you would have issues with any other company's equipment if you don't have a reliable accessory power source.
Nobody in this thread complained about Escort. We're merely here looking for solutions.
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Old August 16th, 2016
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Default Solution for Check Receiver Wiring Problem

I solved a "Check Receiver Wiring" problem on my 2013 Carrera by powering the 9500ci using a Pololu 12V Step-Up/Step-Down Voltage Regulator S18V20F12 (www.pololu.com/product/2577). Power for the Pololu was taken from the bottom row of the driver-side fuse box, per Escort's published Technical Service Bulletin for late model Porsche installations. All "Check Receiver Wiring" issues, which occurred in my car only when auto stop/start was enabled, completely disappeared. I used to drive with auto-start/stop off. No longer. The cost for the fix was less than $20.
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Old August 18th, 2016
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I solved a "Check Receiver Wiring" problem on my 2013 Carrera by powering the 9500ci using a Pololu 12V Step-Up/Step-Down Voltage Regulator S18V20F12 (www.pololu.com/product/2577). Power for the Pololu was taken from the bottom row of the driver-side fuse box, per Escort's published Technical Service Bulletin for late model Porsche installations. All "Check Receiver Wiring" issues, which occurred in my car only when auto stop/start was enabled, completely disappeared. I used to drive with auto-start/stop off. No longer. The cost for the fix was less than $20.
Good tip. Thank you!
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