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Hey gang, the rear left seatbelt in my 2004 TT Cab is stuck. Does anyone have a DIY or a diagram of how that comes apart back there? I searched around for someone who may have upgraded to new belts, but I haven't seen anything yet. Thanks!
Does anyone have the wiring diagram like Loren provided in this link for a PCM 2.1? http://rennlist.com/forums/996-forum/451978-pcm-2-wiring-help.html I have a yellow wire hanging ten out the back that the PO installed that I can't figure out. Thanks!
Hi Gang, does anyone know how to remove the leather seating surfaces from the Hardback Sport Seats? It looks like once you take the seat out, remove the center leather section, you should be able to take the rest of the leather off of the back. I just don't want to scratch the painted surface on the seatback itself, or cause any other harm while doing this. Any diagrams available or a link (yes, I STFA )? Thanks!
I was in a 2010 CTT-S on Saturday that didn't have it either!
With the small exception that I don't have an "auto" selection on the switch :) That's what I'm trying to retrofit...
Is it possible to retrofit auto-on lights in my '08 Cayenne TT? I find it amazing that a $115k vehicle is missing that feature :)
Martin, I'm starting to think it has nothing to do with the drivetrain myself...it's an engine speed thing. It happens between 1400 and 1800 rpm in top gear. Keep me posted on what you find, and I'll let you know what happens in the discussion with the regional tech rep that I plan to have soon. Thanks, Scott
Hi Renntech'ers Long time member, relative few posts, just gotta use the search tool and voila! Here's something I haven't seen discussed: My new to me 2008 Cayenne Turbo has what I consider to be very weird behavior from the drivetrain. When under light throttle input and accelerating up a hill, the driveline shudders, almost like the motor is lugging. If you give it more gas, and the vehicle downshifts, it goes away. I took it to my trusty dealer (I do actually trust these guys), and they told me they all do that...even the new Panamera's do it. It's really a 1000-2000 rpm phenomenon while cruising, but seems like it could be fixed with different software or perhaps different motor-mounts? I thought maybe by keeping it in Sport mode (which is vastly more fun) that it would keep it from doing it, but alas, it does not. I posted this on Rennlist, and heard from another 'lister that he had the same issue and it's not fixable. Any thoughts from the smart guys here?
Hi gang, I'm a lurker here for technical data more than anything else. I'm looking to find out more about the type 1 and type 2 over-revs that are tracked in the 996TT's ECU. I was also told today that the ECU tracks Redline touches as well. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Is this something I can get a printout of when purchasing a PPI from a dealer on a car? What's the difference between a type 1 and 2? Thanks! Scott (currently p-car-less, but hopefully not for long!)
Hi gang, I was looking for some DIY information to change the transmission oil in my '02 996TT. I have found the 996C2 information but am doubtful that it's the same for the TT because of AWD. Anybody got any input? Thanks, Scott