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  2. Still no luck, this thing has got me crazy 🙄
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  4. I’m brand new to this site and hope you all can help me with I believe is a dash rattle on the right side of my dash towards the windshield. I have a 2001 Carrera 911 cabriolet with 49,000 miles on it. I cannot seem to locate where this rattle is coming from. Does anybody have any words of wisdom on this matter?
  5. Anyone Install a Remote Starter on their 958.1? - Rennlist - Porsche Discussion Forums RENNLIST.COM Cayenne 958 - 2011-2018 - Anyone Install a Remote Starter on their 958.1? - I just brought home a new-to-me, CPO'd 2012 Cayenne S as my winter DD. The only way I got my wife comfortable with me buying what is now my 3rd Porsche was by promising that her '14 Audi Q7 would always be parked inside in Winter next to my...
  6. Thanks for the info. I wish I would have seen the suggestions about the oil filter adapter before I changed the oil. Maybe next time. It was something I considered when looking for a new filter and canister.
  7. Hi buds, I need a radio code please: CDR220 Type: 4462 Serial NO: Y5051238 24/99 Guess who's gonna write this code down under the front hood?! ME!
  8. Simple test for a Porsche specific scan code -- P1579 = Bad Crankshaft Position Sensor
  9. Ok, so I took a closer look at the tach while attempting to start the engine and it does move a little. Just a little.
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  11. Please help. Lost radio code. CDR220 Type: 4462 serial no. X5032163 48/98 Thank you
  12. You might try this for the service manual http://audipages.com/911/wsm/
  13. Welcome to RennTech The Bentley only shows a diagram of the component's and does not go into how to remove or reseal it. For that you need the factory service manual(s). Biggest issue is getting access to it, you need to drop the trans a bit to get at it.
  14. Did any body successfully disassemble a hard top for painting? I’m looking at painting sides and black vinyl in the middle, the newer cars are all coming black topped now.
  15. My trans cooler has begun to leak, and while I suspect it to be o-ring related, I can’t find much DIY through this forum or other internet searches. Can anyone confirm if the Bentley manual covers repairing/replacing the Tiptronic fluid cooler and attached parts such as the hoses, lines and o-rings? If so, I’ll pick up a copy. Thanks.
  16. cdr 220 type 4462 24/99 ser 15009009 CDP 2081 Thanks! my car came with a radio code card but it seems to have been incorrect. I guess the stereo was replaced at some point?
  17. I managed to complete the job, but it was not easy. DIY to replace Cayenne turbo without dropping engine - Rennlist - Porsche Discussion Forums RENNLIST.COM DIY Submission Forum - DIY to replace Cayenne turbo without dropping engine - I am writing this DIY as I couldn’t find anywhere that described how to DIY a left turbo replacement on a 2005 Porsche Cayenne Turbo, and all the mechanics I spoke to said the drivetrain must be dropped out the car to do...
  18. Hi has anyone any update on removing the turbos with the engine in situ? Thanks Gary
  19. Thank you, this is very helpful information. I'll keep my fingers crossed that the glaze might be it. I am suspecting it would be something else than a worn bearing, since the clutch is rather new, and I drove 45 min in stop and go traffic today without being able to replicate the sound, so its rare but present.
  20. wow. blast from the past. mine turned out to be a glazed flywheel. I cured the problem by letting the clutch out gently, barely touching the gas each time I started from a standstill. keep RPM under 1200 until the clutch is fully released. over a few months, the noise slowly went away. I think it helped spread the clutch material more evenly over the flywheel. aggressive starts didn't help. be gentle with it! good luck.
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  22. Cayenne cranks fast no start anybody know of any dealer alternative shop that's not overpriced in the Southeast Fl region?
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