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    2003 cayenne turbo
  1. So I need to replace the lock actuator on the driver's door. I have taken off the door card and the few torx bolts around the outside of the metal shell underneath to get access to the actuator, but it seems there are 3 rivets at the top keeping it on. Do I need to drill these out or an I missing something? Thanks
  2. Plugged it in to new diagnosis machine. Stored codes confirm my suspicion it is the breather valve. New part ordered.
  3. Sorry for the ignorance, will a normal ob2 scanner pick up faults? Or does it need to be a Porsche specific scanner? Much more use to older cars without scanners!!!
  4. Ignition coils recently changed. Pumps changed 3 years ago and apparently tested recently.
  5. Picked up a 2003 cayenne turbo the other day. Test drove with no unexpected issues, obviously with very little fuel. Bought the car and went to fill it up, as soon as I did it started misfiring. With just under half half a tank it was significantly better, only misfiring every now and then. Below a quarter not a problem. i have an idea of what could be wrong but want to get opinions before I continue solving the issue. no warning lights Any help appreciated
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