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    Scottsdale AZ
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    2014 Cayenne Platinum
  • Former cars
    E92 M3, F10 M5
  1. I need to remove the fuel filler door on my 2014 958 Cayenne. I've searched around but can't find any instructions. Anybody done this? Thanks, Peter
  2. Great. Thanks again for the help. Apparently, the correct operation of the windshield washers is the one thing they don't check as part of the Porsche CPO inspection 🙂 Other than this, the car is flawless.
  3. Thanks for the diagram. I have ordered the parts, but didn't know if they just snap in/out or if there's a particular way to get them out. I'm sure that when I actually replace them, I'll give myself a good forehead smack because it's so easy. ☺️
  4. If anybody's replaced the washer nozzles located on the underside of the hood -- supposed to be quick and easy, no tools required -- I'd appreciate a step-by-step or tips on how to remove. I can't find instructions anywhere. Thanks!
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