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  • Present cars
    2006 CTT
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    Newer Cayenne
  • Former cars
    1987 Corvette
  1. I found the part number online. It's not discontinued. The dealer is lying. I'm phoning mine to confirm tomorrow. Then I'm calling Porsche's head office.
  2. They are only changing the solenoid and the shoes as far as I know. But the service manager said the parts were discontinued. Not out of stock.
  3. Oh my it just keeps getting better. Porsche of London is saying they have all the brake parts but get this. The service manager said there is no brake shoes available in world. Porsche part or aftermarket. Really? Then what's this? https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/porsche,2013,cayenne,3.0l+v6+diesel+turbocharged,1504586,brake+&+wheel+hub,parking+brake+shoe,10177
  4. Well they got it running. New BCM, new key, new key switch. Now the rear solenoid for the parking brake is locked. They are replacing the brakes too. Hopefully I will see it soon.
  5. Still not running. They received the bcm the other day but didn't have it installed yesterday. I'm going to call tomorrow. I know the dealer that sold me the vehicle is pissed off. I'm waiting to see of he is just going to refund me. I'll update again soon.
  6. They checked the battery. Changed the key switch. They are checking wiring and the bcm next. Will know more next week and update.
  7. I don't even know if I want it back. I'll know more tomorrow afternoon. I will post the next update when I get it. Is there an inherit problem with the electrical on the 92A?
  8. Update. It wasn't the ignition switch. Now they are tracing out the wiring for a broken wire. If nothing is found then they are going to try a new bcm.
  9. Absolutely! I don't know if I'm on the hook for it. I paid for the suv but didn't sign the acceptance when it hit Winnipeg. The ship back was $1200. Then the repair and $800 to ship back.
  10. I couldn't get the cover off to get at it. But I tried to jump it while it was in but it didn't work. I ended up shipping the SUV back to Ontario. It's going to Porsche there tomorrow. Hopefully its something simple then ship it back.
  11. Here is a company that has one. But you have to leave a key in the SUV. https://www.12volt.solutions/products/2011-2018-porsche-cayenne-plug-and-play-remote-start-kit
  12. Checked all the fuses and the pyro this morning. Still no go. They couldn't get it off the carrier to back to the dealer in Ontario it goes. Someone told me they had the exact same problem and it was the ignition switch.
  13. Here’s my dilemma. Two days ago the dealer shipped the cayenne I bought. The driver drove the suv onto the carrier and even started it yesterday. Today when it got there it wouldn’t start. We boosted it and it even changed the battery. It will not start. The electric parking brake light is blinking on the dash and on the switch. When I turn the key nothing happens. The stereo, signals, interior lights, locks and unlocks all work. The remote fob works too. But the horn, headlights, and the heater controls do not work. Could the pyro link be blown?
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