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  1. Installing his charger with this connector which has 3 leds on it to indicate battery condition at all times. First picture is what it looks like under the hood. Red cover hides 3 connectors including one big round post. The negative pipe can be seen just forward (to the left) sticking out. It is simply a conductive pipe attached to the frame. I stuck the camera inside to show how the white acorn nut holds the negative conductive pipe it to the frame. This picture shows a closeup of my use of a stainless steel small hose clamp to hold the connector to the ground pipe still leaving pipe to
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  2. We have a Cayenne Turbo 2005, and recently attached a stainless steel skid-plate to the front valence. It adds a nice bit of contrast and pizzazz to the look of the front. See the following image: ‘newly_installed_steel_skid_plate’ We found it tough to get comprehensive instructions for the install that relate to the Cayenne Turbo, so I am passing on the steps here that we followed. Overall, once we figured out that we did NOT have to take off the complete front bumper clip (like described in other postings and fairly difficult on the Turbo model) it only took about one hour. I recomme
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