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Everything posted by Loren

  1. Lots of possibilities - brake booster, shorted wire, bad bulb connector, bad switch, control unit. Did you drive through high water at any time?
  2. Sorry, I missed your post before. It is under the instrument panel on the drivers side.
  3. You will likely need to remove the front bumper on your newer (2nd gen) Cayenne.
  4. No faults? No broken wires from the cruise control? If so, then you will likely need a new (or used) front end control unit.
  5. You are likely going to need a Porsche scan tool to diagnose what is going in the front end control unit. Sometimes a re-programming is all that is needed - provided there are no faults reported.
  6. Exact model and year of the car please.
  7. Have a second person push down on the hood (logo) while you try pulling the cable.
  8. Brown - ground - Terminal 31 Yellow/Black - telephone mute Green/Black - switched 12 volts - Terminal 15 Red/Green - unswitched 12 volts - Terminal 30 This connector is right behind the HVAC control in the center console on all USA/Canada cars (telephone prep).
  9. Sorry, no I don't know of any other choices for Alpine.
  10. Sorry, Alpine is not on the list of radios my program supports. Becker and Blaupunkt only.
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