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If you still have plastic, replace them ASAP. You are asking for 6trouble not to!!
2006 Cayenne. Anyone have any experience with removing the exterior door handle. The passenger side door handle is not releasing the door when you pull it. I can see that the lock is releasing but its as if the door handle has become disconnected inside from the release.
My opinion for what its worth. I think they are about 8k -10k too high. You could by a prefect 06 low miles turbo for 20K and do what you want to it and come out less. The history of 5 owners would bother me.
I have used it on two different cars with no issues. It goes on like glue. Its will smooth out as it dries so don't be alarmed. Just clean the calipers real well and your first coat really thin. So thin you will be able to see through it.
TCokerjr68 replied to seafeye's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Both center vents left and right have stopped blowing air. Everything else works properly. The dura code I am getting is 0657. Which is central vent servo error. The parts diagram is showing a #3 and #16 servo. one for left central vent and one for the right central vent. I guess I would need both? Would they would both go out at the same time ?? Or could it be something else causing it?
G2 Caliper Paint. If you take your time, you can do it right without taking them apart. Follow instructions. Clean with the brake cleaner included with kit and a good brass brush. I used steel wool as well. First coat was thin and then two more heavier coats. It will smooth out as it dries. Came out awesome. Go to maxspeed-motorsports.com for the Porsche decals or stencils.
Injector finally went out all the way. Replaced injector and all issues solved.
110 sounds high?? Never seen mine above 90
TCokerjr68 replied to TCokerjr68's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Took a look at their site and it has some really cool products. However, I am seeing the same thing on plugs as other sites. You have the Bosch FGR 6 KQE at approx. $8.00 each and then you have the same Bosch part # but OEM at approx. $29 each. What's the difference and is it worth it?
Recommended plugs for 2006 Cayenne S?
Update, cleared code and drove it around the block, no issues. Parked for the day and came back later, got about a mile out from home and started skipping. 302 code on the same cylinder. Replaced the coil and all is fine. Got in this morning, started it up and threw a 202 code(fuel injector out of range) but runs great. Running great all morning. Still thinking injector 2 is going bad. Not suprised about the coils or possible injector. I have have already had to replace one coil. If I am not mistaken the injectors and coils are original with 140k miles.
Live in SC and the temps have dropped 20 deg the last couple of days. Been around 50 deg in the morning. Check engine light came on with a 202 injector circuit code along with Secondary Air code. Is it possible the secondary air caused the 202 injector code? I am thinking the cold weather may expose an issue with one of my secondary air injectors. 140k and they have never been replaced. no noticeable issues driving.
Thank you, Loren!!
Anyone using BMC filters or have any history with them?
anyone, Bueller, Bueller??