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  2. Hi just curious how much if any did the H&R coilovers drop the car? did you have to get new drop links for the sway bars? Considering this option as well. I have a 2001 C2 with 100K miles and I want to get rid of the "floaty" road feel when pushing the car. I drive mostly back roads and would rarely get on a track so the H&R seem like the best bang for the buck? Just curious to get your feedback now that you have them awhile? thanks
  3. Hi guys, new to the forum as a member, but have enjoyed reading tips here over the years. I'm hoping someone can help with a problem. My 2000 S has been updated with a full used oem glass top from a wrecked 03S. The top fits fine when up, and the clamshell sits down properly when the top is up. But when dropping the too, the glass window and surrounding roof material seem to bunch up, and it isn't flat enough at the end of the drop cycle to allow the clamshell to sit flat. With the roof down, the clamshell is at least an inch up. If I get out and manually push down on the window (performing a "fold" instead of the soft window "chop" LOL), I can get the roof to fold flat enough so that the clamshell sits flat. But it will not work without this manual step. Any thoughts???
  4. Jumper should work without battery, although I have no experience. Look behind your tow hook for the wire, as many relocated it there for ease of access. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Disconnected battery under hood. Can’t find wire under passenger tire. Will the jumper still work to open hood or does battery have to be connected ?
  6. Yesterday
  7. Hello I would like to ask other Cayenne S 955 users if you also have a hissing air sound when you turn off the engine?
  8. Greetings! The black trim piece under the driver side mirror on my '98 Boxster continues to become detached from the mirror housing. I suspect perhaps one or more of the retaining tabs may be broken. I can't tell if it can be removed and replaced without completely removing the side mirror. I'm afraid to apply force to it, unless I know for certain it will release and allow the new part to be reinstalled without completely removing the mirror. Anyone know if this part just pops off? SIDE MIRROR TRIM WWW.ECSTUNING.COM
  9. Another in need of a radio code after a dead battery! Serial: 25015036 Becker 220 4462
  10. Searched but could not find definitive discussion of this amplifier's functions. My 2001 with M490 (dash and door speakers, no rear speakers) has the "four-channel" Haes amp, but the stock setup has no controllable "rear" channel. All speakers currently operate on the "front" setting only. What (if any) function is active on the second (rear?) channel for this amp (and which pin numbers identify this channel?) I understand that the door speakers are fed only low frequency signals from the amp, but are they on the second "channel" - not controlled separately from the head unit? Are there any unused output pins from this amplifier that may be used to drive the door speakers independently of the filtered signal now being supplied by the amp's current wiring? Several wiring diagrams suggest that a second (rear) channel may be available from the amp to drive any additional rear speakers, or a set of full-range door speakers. Any help is most appreciated.
  11. Loren - Thank You Very Much... The code worked and the radio is starting to come alive !!! I have an issue maybe you could help me with... The car I recently purchased is a 2004 Boxster and someone before me had put an aftermarket radio in the car. In doing so, they cut the speaker plug completely out and spliced in a different plug to fit the aftermarket radio. The only thing nice is that while cutting a number of wires from the power supply plug, they left the plug behind so I was able to solder the wires they cut and get that plug back to operational. I'd like to get a factory plug for the Speakers and splice them back in as well. Do you know where I could locate said plug ? Also, is there a way to know what the original radio was that came in the car when it was new ? It's not that big of deal but not knowing these cars that well, I can't tell if the CDR-220 is a 2004 thing or if it really should be the CDR-22 And two more things, if you could help with them - I'm not sure about the antenna as to what the plug end coming from the car is supposed to look like as well, I have a loose Yellow plug that appears to be part of the car wiring for the radio (Or at least that area) and while it looks to be factory, I don't see what it plugs into, currently it's not fitting any of the spots on the back of the CDR-220 radio that I'm working with. Again, I appreciate your speediness with getting me a working code for the radio that I bought for getting the car back to looking like it should and look forward to your reply - Thanks, Ed
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  13. Just received a used CDR-220 and would like to get the code for it: Serial #: X5038255
  14. Hello, I was able to get my hands on a set of the AKG intercoolers from a 2006 Turbo S. I made a guide on how to do this upgrade so that it may help others. Good luck, Joel 955IntercoolerUpgrade.pdf
  15. Hello In the Porsche Cayenne S 4.5 955 car, after unscrewing the oil filler cap, there is sludge on it and a bit inside on the chain. After removing the dipstick, nothing special except oil. You can feel gasoline on the cap and the oil filler. Rust is embedded in the chain. The car does not show any symptoms, from time to time it shows error P0456 (Evaporativ Emission System Leak Detected (very small leak), but it is checked by a normal diag, I do not have PIWIS. The car became unused for 3 weeks. I don't know if rust could form after this time if there was moisture inside. In the second photo you can see part of the chain after starting and stopping the car. Photos(Wait a moment for better quality): https://1drv.ms/f/s!AmU_M2rd38T-h3e0G5Hl9WSoUbGY
  16. 996 613 206 00 is the correct part number for the microswitch assembly. MSRP $135.63.
  17. I have a problem with it even if I'm at the driver's door. There used to be heavy rain and I wanted to open the car, but before I opened it I was wet
  18. Hi. I have a 1998 Boxster, 5spd. I'm looking for the part# for the front trunk light microswitch. I have read it is 996-613-206-00, but this does not seem to be correct. Thank you.
  19. So I started loosing functions of the driver seat over the past few years, first I lost front tilt and then slowly the back adjustment started getting slower and slower. Well now the fwd/bkwd adjustment went out and the back adjustment, luckily I was the last one to drive it. So I just bought the lower seat track/motor assembly off of eBay. Does anyone have instructions or video link? I figure I can spend my quarantine time working this out.
  20. Doesn't anyone here know the function of the door tailgate switch?? I came across this article on another forum which describes exactly what I am encountering. Please can someone kindly confirm this is the operation of the tailgate switch and keyfob? Tail Gate Wont Open From Key Fob or Drivers Door - Rennlist - Porsche Discussion Forums RENNLIST.COM Cayenne 955-957 2003-2010 - Tail Gate Wont Open From Key Fob or Drivers Door - Morning All, I have just purchased a...
  21. Well, Durametric does not have the bleed feature... so no.
  22. Do you mean it can't be done at all without the PIWIS ?
  23. As I recall the antenna for non-Kessy key is in the A-pillar (near the front windshield). So the rear hatch may not respond as fast - especially to repeated signals. The response does seem a little weak but maybe close normal. I'll look for other Cayenne owners to chime in here too.
  24. Ps: at 72k you are in danger zone. IMS, yes!!! Just because. Valves are not right.
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