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Everything posted by GooseRonalds
Great, thanks, Don. I appreciate the help. I'll check out the ALLDATA.
Loren, Thanks. Roger - that's what I thought. I'll ask the dealer. Any thoughts on disabling the cut-off? Does the relay exist on the Cayenne? Can you point me in helpful directions? Sorry, I'm at a bit of a loss currently. Or, simply, where are the relays? I will go through the process or checking them.
JFP - thanks for the welcome and the response. Understood - I will keep looking. I'm sure you're aware of all this, but I want to make sure I am illustrating as best as possible. In the 2013 GTS, the PSE is standard and engages ONLY when in Sport mode. When I say engage, I mean, it gets loud. They did not introduce the button that manually controls PSE in or out of sports mode until 2014. The goal I am trying to accomplish is when I am in sports mode - I want it be full on loud all the time without any cut-offs. However, when I'm just cruising in normal, I'd like it to remain quiet. My understanding is that if I plug the lines, I get loud all the time. The DIY I cite looks to be exactly what I want, but I'm a bit too nervous to go exploring. Do you know where that relay might be on the Cayenne? Thanks for the help.
Hey Folks, New to the forum - just joined - so I hope this is in the right place. This is all in reference to a 2013 Cayenne GTS. I've got three questions I hope someone can help clarify. First, I've been reading a bit about the "cut off" between 25-50mph (these numbers fluctuate depending on which forum you are in) regardless of if the PSE is turned on. Is this something that is true? I'm pretty sure I can hear this cut off, but ever since I read about it, I can't tell if it's legitimate or just in my head (Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon type scenario) This post talks about how to remove that by bypassing a diode: http://www.renntech.org/forums/tutorials/article/86-remove-pse-cutout-in-2-minutes-no-tools-required/ If all is true, anyone have any resource on how to finagle this diode on the Cayenne? Where is this diode/relay? Does this mod work for the Cayenne? Second, it looks to be about 600TU to install the PSE if you don't have it, but 150 TU to install just the button (model depending). They didn't put the selector button in until 2014, so, does anyone know if you can have it wired in to the 2013? I'd rather look like an idiot here before going to the dealer. Third, does anyone have or know of a reputable place to get the full factory manual for the car? Thanks in advanced!