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    2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo

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  1. The fix ended up being a missing 5a fuse for the TIPTRONIC on the right fuse panel(52). My question is how was the magnetic lock working before????
  2. UPDATE: They are going to replace the brake light switch and also run another Test on the battery and replace if necessary. They also found errors regarding the A/C module not being coded.
  3. Finally dropped the Cayenne of at a Porsche specialist. I will let you guys know the verdict.
  4. Double check and test the starter relay and also take the Battery to a local autoparts story for load and gravity testing.
  5. From the Pelican Parts Forum "The heater core is removed from the under the drivers side dashboard. It is located right in the center of the vehicle above the transmission tunnel underneath the dashboard. The relay carrier, Immob CU, and Electrical CU must be removed, hidden behind the drivers side lower dash panels. Hope that helps! " Fredn5
  6. This looks to be the heater core. Nissens 73975 HVAC Heater Core SKU: 1433068-73975 - Audi, Porsche, VW WWW.AUTOHAUSAZ.COM Find Nissens HVAC Heater Core SKU: 1433068-73975 73975 at discount prices in our extensive Audi, Porsche, VW auto parts catalog. AutohausAZ offers a large selection of Nissens parts online. Fits Audi Q7, Porsche...
  7. Hello- I am new to this forum but I have been lurking for awhile now search through the forums. Purchased a 2004 Cayenne Turbo. It was great for about a week until my drive home from work. I triggered the PSM, ABS light. I was not worried as I thought it was a abs sensor/speed sensor gone bad. I took it home and parked while I work on other things. Long story short It Is now stuck in park and will not move until I manually release the lock. I investigated both foot wells and found the typical corrosion. This fixed the PSM/ABS issue but I was still stuck in park. Next step was takin
  8. Hahnmgh63- Could you please sen ld me the diagram as well? Thank you
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