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Hi if you can could you tell me location of th expansion valve. I did find some oil residue in the smaller pipe that goes in the firewall i was able to give half a turn to the bolt. I pull vacum to 29 in 10 minutes and it held. I will check the o rings you suggested as soon as i could find the valve. Thanks a bunch.
Hi does anyone know the part number for the evaporator core for 2004 cayenne s. also is the vw toureg the same part? do you if the cayenne has one or two evaporators. also location of the instructions or diagram on how to change the evaporator thank you.
Hissing sound from the part blue smoke on start up makes terrible noise on start up missfires codes reads intake leak none found
Thanks how do you change it and what is the part number
can any one tell me the location of the oil separator for 2004 cayenne v8 s
Thanks a friend suggested the oil separator do you know a quick test. He suggested taking the oil cap and checking for suction I did and it suck my palm very strong like a vacum cleaner This is a Cayenne not a 9x6 series car. this a cayenne s if you look a v8 turbo diagram for 2007 the parts shows in the diagram as oil separator
Thanks a friend suggested the oil separator do you know a quick test. He suggested taking the oil cap and checking for suction I did and it suck my palm very strong like a vacum cleaner
Thank you in my town no porsche tech have to travel about 80 miles for a dealer
Hi Loren i check the fuses and also for broken hoses nothing could the oil separator be the problem does the v8 ave a aos do you know the location you are correct the first code will set of the others
Ignore the diagram above then - it was for a V6 Cayenne. That part is still the crankcase bleeding but I am not finding it in the parts system. Perhaps you should email or call the folks at Sunset Imports. Hi Loren question can that part be cover under emission warranty? Maybe, you need to ask your dealer/OPC. Hi Loren now i am getting codes 1182,0507,0021,2187,2189 can you guide me on what to check the first one pcv do you know the location?