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  • Present cars
    2005 Cayenne turbo, 2008 e90 M3, 2015 Tesla P85D
  • Future cars
    Tesla model 3
  • Former cars
    993 turbo, e30 M3(2x), e36 M3(2x), e46M3
  1. Mine stays at whatever level it’s set at. Would love for it to lower automatically tho. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. Had a similar issue with my 05 CTT. I did a hvac system test with a Foxwell NT-510 Porsche. It returned a fan speed resister fault and fresh air servo fault. Changed both and all is good. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. Located on bottom of air box beneath the glove box and in front of the cabin filter. Remove the footwell trim and should be visible. Held by 3 toro screws. P/N 955-624-913-01. good luck
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