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  1. Thanks, will try that. I don’t have the durametric or the PWIS. May take it to a workshop or something.
  2. Any idea on where to look? It stopped happening for the last few days.
  3. Hi, My 2006 cayenne S, has been loosing suspension pressure on the front, this happened for two days, once the car switches on they seem to get back to their normal ride height and drives fine with no errors in the dash. This kept happening for two days. Last evening I put the suspension on its top most rude height, lowered it, later drove It around and parked. This morning when I checked the suspension seems fine and front suspension hasn’t gone down. Can someone tell what can cause this crazy issue and if something needs to be checked. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Hi, is it possible to change the parking light bulbs to LED’s without getting the error code on the dash. I have a 2006 Porsche Cayenne S and trying to change them but folks say that will throw an error code. can someone help please!
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