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About danish

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    Seattle, WA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2004 Porsche Cayenne S
  • Future cars
    Maserati Quatroporte
    Mercedes G500
    Alfa Romeo 4c
    Bentley Continental GT
  • Former cars
    1985 Audi 5000
    1999 BMW 328i (E46 with Sport Pack)
    2002 Mercedes ML320 (with Sport Pack)
    2002 Land Rover Freelander S

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  1. Hi Loren Is there a TSB for these parts or how do I find out? Dealers deny it, but people mentioned it in other posts.
  2. I replaced left and right front LCAs. The warnings disappears after a few days. But I am wondering if this has anything to do with transfer control motor and control unit. Will have it analyzed at the dealer on Tuesday, but wanted to get my homework done. People mentioned in some older posts that there is a TSB (no TSB number mentioned) for Transfer Case Control motor and the module. When I called the dealer, they said they are not aware of such TSB. Anyway to confirm if there is a TSB for this? Or any reference to such with TSB number?
  3. Looking for part numbers for Transfer Case Motor (955-618–023-05) and Control Module (955-618-025-03) for MY04 Cayenne S. I don’t know if the part numbers I listed are correct and specific to a VIN and if they are latest. Thanks
  4. Has anyone installed 08-10 Cayenne Turbo S lower control arm in 955 S. I have MY04 Cayenne S. And can MY06 955 CTTS LCA be installed in MY04 CS? part number for MY09 CTTS is 955-341-017-61. part number for MY06 CTTS is 955-341-017-50 I went to the dealer and compared the two, they look almost identical except for a little bit bigger outer diameter where it joins the upper control arm. It is the #3 bolt location that seems very slightly larger in outer diameter.
  5. I ran into a somewhat similar situation where the car was not moving at all after changing transmission oil and filter due to filter rubber ring not placed correctly. The ring may break if you put it on the filter nose before installing it instead of placing it inside the hole where the filter nose goes in.
  6. Thank you Loren. I am going to replace tires tomorrow and ordering LCA for both sides and will have the codes checked at the local dealer. Do you know if 2009 Cayenne Turbo S LCA will work in 955 Cayenne S?
  7. Yesterday, when I returned from a drive of about 30 minutes, I saw the Four Wheel Drive system Faulty message on the display. After about couple of hours, I started the car and the warning showed up again. I took it for a 5 minute drive, turned off, restarted it and the warning showed up again, decided to drive it back home, but it was a bit jerky when it started moving from rest and then gave PSM failure warning and then Lock overloaded warning. Was able to drive it home without any more jerkiness. I doubt that it is battery related but will have it checked. One thing I noticed is that the front tires are worn from sides only as the front LCA need to be replaced. Could these cause these warnings? Or is something else going on? thanks
  8. Sorry, don’t know what could be causing the issue with phone sound. Perhaps try connecting via the A2DP app first, if you are using Bluetooth.
  9. This is interesting and useful. Going to order motors. Thanks!
  10. Servo motors could have failed for center vents, but the side vents are still working as the air is coming from those vents, but cold on passenger side.
  11. Could it be related to Solenoid, change over valve? Can anyone confirm?
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