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    2013 Cayenne 3.6L
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  1. Great write up. Using your instructions I was able to replace the valve cover (PCV Valve). I was surprised that Porsche had the item in stock ($390). I regard myself as a pretty good mechanic, but this job took me 16 hours to complete. Spent hours trying to remove last m10 triple square. I completely missed your step regarding the t25 holding the bracket and sliding toward front of car. Fuel supply was also a pain. My fuel pipe nut was not 9/16", I used a 18mm open end. T30 long is a necessity. I ended up buying a set to torx t handles from harbor freight and trimming the T handle so I could turn. Tough job, not for the faint of heart.. Good news is everything is back together and running fine.
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