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poleposition

Fuse Panel Diagram

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Can someone help with a correct diagram for the fuse box, of a Cayenne Turbo 2004 ?

I have the one from the manual, but it is wrong (downloaded manual). Everything is mixed-up.

For instance, I cannot locate the fuse for the A/C according to the diagram from the manual, etc.

Thank you. :)

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Thank you Loren, but still I am confused... I cannot locate the fuse for the A/C Compressor, if there is any... :(

And I thought there were 3 compartments for fuses, one in the engine compartment, one on the drivers side and one on the passenger side. Or so I've read around here...

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Ok, another thing... is there a saparate fuse for the alarm system ? I mean, one that de-activates the perimetre/ir sensor etc ?

And where is the horn for the alarm ? when it sets off, only the signals work, not the acoustics... i need to locate the horn.

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horn setup is in on board computer, (car settings on the dashboard and then there are options for lights and horn for lock-unlock). as far as fuse assignments it is all in the manual

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One more thing, about a fuse.

I need to disconnect the PCM, navigation, cd, radio etc... the whole thing... is there a fuse for this ?

PLease, i need to do this today.

The guy from the service, told me that after the car is shut, the pcm comes to life, some strange activities are occurring, like a cd is being rotated etc... and that is what is draining the bat.

We need to check this, so i must know were the fuse is...

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Hi looking to unplug the ecu after cleaning the maf sensors on 04ctt any idea of fuse number and location thanks 

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38 minutes ago, Pkcayenne said:

Hi looking to unplug the ecu after cleaning the maf sensors on 04ctt any idea of fuse number and location thanks 

Why?  Just unplug the connector at the MAF if you really want to.

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19 minutes ago, Pkcayenne said:

For the ecu to relearn after cleaning the maf s

 

Usually isn't necessary, but if you want to do it, just unplug the MAF sensor.

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Hi Guys,

Trying locate the fuse for the horn on a 2004 Cayenne S. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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17 hours ago, medlowa said:

Hi Guys,

Trying locate the fuse for the horn on a 2004 Cayenne S. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

According to the Owners Manual in my 2004 S:

 

Fuse Box Left side of Dashboard

Position: 16

Amperage: 20

 

page 296 of your manual shows location and access to the left side fuse box.

page 297-299 shows the fuse positions for the left side fuse box.

 

Side note- horn (horns) failing on the early Cayennes is a known issue.

 

good luck,

max

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24 minutes ago, max911 said:

According to the Owners Manual in my 2004 S:

 

Fuse Box Left side of Dashboard

Position: 16

Amperage: 20

 

page 296 of your manual shows location and access to the left side fuse box.

page 297-299 shows the fuse positions for the left side fuse box.

 

Side note- horn (horns) failing on the early Cayennes is a known issue.

 

good luck,

max

Correct no horns and other issues related to the alarm, keys range, memory settings, locks lights inside and out are all classic rear comfort convenience module (ccm) problems. Some have had them replaced, some have had them reloaded with new updated firmware and soft ware, some live with the related issues,

I have "check tail light" and "brake light fault" warning when pressing brake pedal with lights on, only if voltage is lower than 13.3 volts from other loads on; otherwise it works fine, also the horn for lock and unlock is mute. 

I've tried recoding it with my vagcom, it works, the new code that is, but the problems aren't fixed. I would try a used ccm but needs key coding and I think only Piwis can do this. 

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Thanks Guys, I guess I'm replacing the horns, Any body done this? is it pretty straight forward?

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Thanks Guys, I guess I'm replacing the horns, Any body done this? is it pretty straight forward?

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3 hours ago, medlowa said:

Thanks Guys, I guess I'm replacing the horns, Any body done this? is it pretty straight forward?

Um I don't think it the horns themselves, does the steering wheel horn work? It a control module or firmware/software issue normally. 

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