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Thanks guys, oh yeah I recall reading it now, just a bit overwhelmed by the amount I've been reading, I'll get the oil ordered and changed and update on if it quietens the diff down hopefully next week.....now onto sorting the sunroof leak !!!
Wow, thanks for the great answer, really helpful. I had seen that it was quiet a specific way to actually fill them. I know a friend has the vagcom stuff, and I've got an infra red thermometer and a cable one so looking good on the labour front. Can I just check a couple of things is it only .14 litres of oil for the rear diff ? And do you know how much the transmission holds, is it 8-9 litres ? Thanks again
Try the things listed here, but Im a windscreen fitter and know that some people cut corners on wiper removal by pressing down on the arms to release them which can bend them out of shape. Although cayenne are very well known to have a hard wiper to remove it's the drivers side that's a pain, never seen someone bend the passenger one as it has 2 spines..... they may have put one on at a slight angle, try removing the bolts and reset it......if not speak to whoever fitted the screen as if this happened immediately after fitting it's definitely caused by the fitting.
Hi. Sorry for asking a question that seems to be answered over and over, I just get confused as some people say 1 thing and others say other things and all the technical codes I find confuse me even more. I'm a windscreen fitter so know cars but these are way too advanced for me !!!! I'm in the UK and I've just bought my 2005 cayenne v6 it has 123k miles, I love it so much and hope to be spending a lot of time on here, I didn't notice on test drive but a slight whining noise that after hours of searching here I think is most likely the diff. I want to try changing all the transmission oils just to be on the safe side (and hope it helps) but I've never had a auto or 4 wheel drive or porsche and want to be 100 percent sure I'm getting the right stuff put in the right place !!!! I don't really want to use a porsche dealer due to costs and my mechanic is pretty good but I don't want anything slung in there so would rather buy the oils and filters and get him to change them. Can anyone tell me the ones that I need for each job and the amounts or even better any links to buy it in the uk I've seen Mobil atf 3309 is one and I think I need 9 litres of it all in all....I think, is that what goes in everything ? Any help is greatly appreciated, I wasn't planning on spending money less than a week after buying it.