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    Porsche Cayenne 3.2 v6
  1. Thank you so much, I think it is the coil packs I have replaced all the plugs few days ago I've just ordered 6 coil packs so hopefully that will work. I'll also get a couple of oxygen sensors aswell
  2. Hi everyone, Dont know if anyone can help I have a misfire on my cayenne 3.2 v6 2006, I plugged in the diagnostic and said misfire cylinder 2 an coil b primary/secondary circuit I replaced all the spark plugs and replaced the coil pack and was completely find from there was done few days ago, Last night misfire happened again an came up with misfire cylinder 2 an random misfire and cylinder 4 an 6 Codes P0302 P0352 P0300 P0304 P0306 Could it be the gaping in the plugs? Or do I need to replace all the coil packs? Th
  3. Hi everyone, I'm looking for the pinout on my Porsche 3.2 v6 cayenne completely std not amp or sub, as I want to hard wire a new head unit on but not sure what the cables are so cant link the new lead to it. Any help be great Thank you
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