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  1. I've had the same issue, it also affects the autopilot (sound level), and surround settings. Every so often it seems to "reset" itself. More recently it has started changing channels, scanning even when manually set. Playing CDs it has started jumping or repeating tracks in the middle of a song. Any ideas?
  2. Thanks for the feedback Wingless. I'm scheduled to have the paint protection film applied on April 1st. The local installer has switched from 3M to CP Llumar (sp?) film. I'm having him do the bumper, fenders, hood, door edges, and headlamp & foglamps. My local installer talked me out of installing the 40mil Xpel headlamp protection, and will be using the stock film. Thanks again, will let you know how it turns out. I'm happy to have this completed prior to roadpatch season!
  3. Well, it took eight days (mostly for the propshaft shipping). I picked up the CS this evening around the time the garage closes. Before I left, I realized it will be back at the dealership on Monday. Here's how I faired. 1). Headlamp condensation (still has, seems fairly typical...likely no fix) 2). Scuffs on front bumper cover (Must have missed, will address Monday) 3). Right front foglamp bulb inoperable (Fixed!!!) 4). Tailgate warning lamp (sensitive switch?) (said changed, still has issue) 5). Front end vibration, felt through steering wheel and seat back (moved from 60mph
  4. Recently picked up a Cayenne S, living in the midwest, we deal alot with spring patching crews. In order to avoid paint damage from stones, gravel, and road patch, I have been considering a clear bra -paint protection film. Do you have any advice pro/con or recommendations for manufacturer/installers? I am in SE Michigan. Last night I was reading the CS owners manual and I saw a specific note warning not to apply a stone chip protection film to the headlamps or foglamps. Does anyone have experience with protection film on the CS headlamp/foglamps? The local installer suggested the war
  5. The dealership called today, I should have my Cayenne back on Monday. They have rotated and balance the tires, fixed the other minor issues. They indicated there was a update kit for the headlamp condensation, and replaced the tailgate switch. The rear propshaft will be replaced on Monday. I'll let you know how it turns out! Ken
  6. NVH Boom, refers to Noise Vibration and Harshness. Boom is a low frequency noise generated by the driveline and amplified through the cabin (interior of the vehicle). Boom can be caused by tires through unequal force vectors in the balance of the wheels. Sometimes it can be resolved by rebalancing or swapping tire location. If it is propshaft related, it is difficult to solve. The first step is to rebalance the propshaft, or replace. Thanks for the desiccant tip. Regards Ken
  7. I picked up my new Cayenne S last night from the SE Michigan dealership. Unfortunately it already needs to go back to have several items addressed. I was wondering if others experienced the same issues. Please let me know if you have had similar issues. 1). Headlamp condensation 2). Scuffs on front bumper cover 3). Right front foglamp bulb inoperable 4). Tailgate warning lamp (sensitive switch?) 5). Front end vibration, felt through steering wheel and seat back (tire related?) 6). NVH Boom (may also be tire related) 7.) Axle Moan 50-60 mph in float/coast, and 60+ under
  8. :jump: Tomorrow I'm joining the Cayenne S owners circle! I just picked out a Titanium Metallic/ Stone Gray with BiXenon, Moonroof, trailer hitch, and heated everything... Any recommendations regarding checking if the TSB's have been completed? Thanks!! Ken
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