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    2011 Cayenne S (Model 958)

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  1. I can't remember where I bought my workshop manual, but you can still get it for a small fortune here: 😲 NLA Limited : Owners Manuals BIT.LY
  2. Might need to ask my garage to look into it... Just never experienced a “comfort” ride after purchasing it second-hand, and since this is my first “modern” Porsche - I just wanted to know if this request would be worthwile, or if I’m dreaming. I would hate to throw money into something that is normal... Any other Cayenne owners out there that confirm there is really a difference? On a side note: I have 21” wheels, and I understand that will also influence the ride comfort due to the lower profile tire.
  3. After reading this thread, I thought to myself - ?hmmmmm my 2011 Cayenne S also doesn't seem to ride any differently regardless of the suspension settings (it's ALWAYS hard) Comfort, Normal & Sport. Is it really supposed to ride smoothly in the comfort mode? Asking for my kidneys.... ?
  4. Are you referring to the Manifold Pressure/Vacuum Sensor? If so, it is located on the top rear section of the intake manifold.
  5. Bill, Mine also stays on for a short period after shifting to Drive. I believe it is switched off after reaching a certain forward speed. After further research, I see that I am correct! Information can be found here: http://www.porscheownersmanuals.com/2011-cayenne-manual/101/119/Parking-with-the-rear-view-camera-display
  6. Osunick, Your GPS antenna is located behind the rearview mirror. Hope this helps.
  7. Sprocket, I also have a 2011 Cayenne S and had the same issue. I ordered a set of four Tire Pressure Monitors (including new Valve Stems for TPM) from Suncoast Porsche. You will have to provide your VIN number to verify you have the proper frequency. Worked immediately! They come in either 315 MHz or 433 MHz. If you order the wrong frequency they won't work. Your local dealer can also tell you which frequency your Cayenne requires. I wish I would have seen the partsgeek.com link earlier - much cheaper there!
  8. Speaking of when the transmitter batteries go bad - if one WERE to replace the transmitters with new ones, is a PIWIS necessary, or should it automatically sense them after driving a few miles?
  9. Interestingly enough, there isn't much information out there! I did come across a Porsche Rear Seat Entertainment (PRSE III) Display Unit Replacement for a 2011 Panamera though... I will PM it to you...
  10. Scroll down below the Primary Owners Manual. http://www.porscheownersmanuals.com/2011-cayenne-manual/table-of-contents
  11. Hi, I know it's an extremely late response, but at least SOMEBODY will have replied... These forums don't just run themselves - we have to help each other! Let me know if this helps you. Service Manual48314-2011_Porsche_Cayenne_II Reaer Seat Entertainment Circuit.pdf
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