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MKITGO2 last won the day on November 10 2018

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    2004 Cayenne Turbo
  1. You can also check here.. .http://www.emanualonline.com/?currency=USD&sscid=b1k2_9t5f3 I've not tried it myself yet, but would suggest you read the description to ensure its what you want. MK
  2. Before I bought my '04 this summer... I made 3 offers on others, all of which were overprice in my opinion, all 3 phoned me back within 48 hours reducing their offer... ran into other issue with each (hidden damage on 2nd inspection, etc... ) but hold tight you might be surprised. See if you can figure out what the most important thing to them is in the negotiation... getting rid of stale inventory, price, avoiding auction hassles and fees... and see if you can make that work to your advantage... you give they give... and hopefully what you give up is less important to you the
  3. Could use some help, I have been trying to sort out the differences between Durametric, Launch X431 and Schwaben aka Foxwell scan tools for my particular application. The problem is many posts are dated (generally referring to Durametric) and X431 is updated, and Schwaben is newer from what I see. Other posts have anecdotal information, and or the poster is not mentioning what year/model Cayenne they have .. and I understand that some things do and don't work depending on the year. I'm not a huge fan of the # of VIN restrictions from Durametric, and I generally find the X431 page
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