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ciaka replied to ALEV8's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)know its late but here is a diy... click here
I have 05 CTT. The CV boot on it split near the axle itself, spraying great onto the wheel. Looking for confirmation of proper part number to order. One I dug up is: G95534903810 Greatly appreciate if someone can confirm or provide proper part number for this. As a side question, when the boot splits, there are often repair kits to replace the boot itself. Wonder which way is a better option to resolve...replace cv boot and clamps only, or replace entire axle? Car has about 134K on it, so it does have wear. I do not think I am hearing loud noises. When driving without radio on, my impression was it was somewhat noisier, but that could have been from tires being half worn as well, so no definite info on this here. One thing makes me think to replace shaft whole is the mileage is already high, so replacement wont hurt for sure. Always welcome opinions. Thank you.
does anyone know if there are replacement connectors for the CTT radio and sat antenna? Mine are brittle and I see plastic cracking. Wanted to get replacements to ensure proper connection. Attaching pic of these here. They are at the back of the PCM. Thank you.
I wanted to confirm whether these parts are correct for my 05 Cayenne TT (4 zone A/C). My errors in Durametric were: 710 - servo motor for defrost flap714 - servo motor for central vents right My right side vents (passenger front and rear) are much warmer than my left (driver side) vents, for quite some time. They do eventually become colder but it takes a lot of time (about 20 minutes to be even). From what I gather it is the flap actuators that do the temp mixing. Parts I need confirmation on are: 95562490801 - Electric Motor Temperature Mixing Flap (right)95562490101 - Electric Motor Defroster Flap If you can help confirm these are the part numbers, I will greatly appreciate it. Also, if you know places I can get parts cheaper than $187 that I was given so far, would be awesome.
ciaka replied to seafeye's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Cool. So I will need: 7L0-907-511-AB front, defroster vent flap (1) $69 7L0-907-511-AL front, right mixing flap (10) $78 Questions: 1. Anyone knows what the 05 Cayenne TT numbers for these will be? 2. While I am at it, is there anything else worth replacing at same time? The only codes I seem to have now are the 714 and 710. Thank you.
ciaka replied to seafeye's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Is #10 (where all parts are listed) the servo motor for central vents (right - pass side)? I have error code 714 - servo motor for central vents right. Also have error 710 - servo motor for defrost flap. 1. Wanted to make sure I get the parts right. 2. Wanted to confirm if there is any way to replace the defrost flap servo without removing entire dash. Thank you.
ciaka posted a topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Sorry to rehash this again. I am getting some time to replace this and wanted to clarify a few things, hope some can chime in to help out. My pass. side front and pass. side rear ac units do not blow cold as first. Later, maybe 20 minutes after they cool down more. Specifically the front dash pass side vent blows warm, and center console rear pass side vent. As said, after a while they do blow colder. I was told that the temperature mixing servo motor is in need of replacement. My durametric code software tells me: - 714 - servo motor for central vents right - 710 - servo motor for defrost flap (I think my older durametric version gave different codes - 2700 or something) I hope to clarify; - Part numer for servos I need replaced\ - location of each servo to replace (would be ideal to see a diagam etc - much appreciated) Hints on replace would be awesome too. Thank you.
ciaka replied to ciaka's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Just to revisit and close on this topic, I found it too hard to replace upper control arms without removing the shock. If you look at one of my DIYs for this, you will see in pics that the two bolts holding the upper control arm to the shock, are in such proximity to the body of the car inside wheel well, that it would be too hard to access these bolts to remove. I had to remove the shock which was not difficult at all. As to the squeaking and clunking noises from the shock, my fix was: - replacing upper control mount with new one (bushings new - removing shock and replacing the upper shock bushing (inside the shock). The squeaking and clunking was coming from these components (clunking likely from upper shock mount, squeaking from old bushings in upper control mount). Once these were replaced, ride became less jarring (much smoother), and noises were no longer observed. Case closed.
ciaka posted a topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)I am in need of replacing windshield. Truck passing me on left threw a stone that hit lower left corner of window making 3 cracks about foot long each (and now theyre intersecting..a mess). Going through insurance. My questions are: 1. Has anyone gone with Safelite? My ins. says they deal with them 2. Is actual OEM a better replacement than whatever Safelite's OEM equivalent will be? Ins. says it will be functionally same..I need to check. 3. If Safelite not good, who would you recommend? 4. I think the radio antenna goes around the window. Any advice on this during replacement? Thank you.
This is the support topic for the DIY tutorial CTT Front Airshock Mount Bushing & Control Arm Replacement. Please post here if you have any questions or feedback.
will greatly appreciate help with these questions. Thank you in advance.
I really think it looks great. Thinking of turbo version. Questions: 1. Is 2010 a buggy year for Panamera in general (first model year afterall)? 2. Can u give list of known issues to look for when buying used? 2010 or 2011. 3. I would love sunroof, sport plus with launch control, heated and ac seats, burmeister, quad zone ac control. What codes do each of these have to verify these on car? 4. Any other option i did not list above that is awesome to have? 5. Whats your biggest headache about the car? 6. Are these easy to work on yourself? Really appreciate it. Thanks.
ciaka replied to ciaka's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)I saw this when you posted. Looks really nice but really $$$ as well. Trying to decide next steps, as i am very impressed with the panamera turbo and trying to convince wife i require to have it. Sio getting this shaft would be counter productive. Great find though.