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  1. UPDATE: so it’s easier to actually goto the relay carier Blue Block PIN3 done this and coded with PIWIS - all good and working thanks everyone
  2. I'm about to do the finishing part of the Cruise Control retrofit and so need to get to PIN A38 on the DME connector Does anyone know the best way to open the DME connector to allow access to the pins? How do you open it without breaking anything? Also How do you get pins out of the connector block?
  3. Can I just confirm that the cable does indeed go to the relay carrier (photo attached to make sure) Blue connector Pin 3 (circled Ref) and then direct to the stalk Pin 5? reason I ask is that some say it goes to the DME Pin A38! Which one is right??
  4. I notice that some of you are connecting a wire from pin5 to the DME but then you mention you already had a cable in pin A38 on the DME! that being the case surely the small cable look you buy as part of the kit only needs plugging to the back of your steering stalk block?? No need to run a long cable to the DME? or am I missing something here?
  5. So anyone know best way to unclip these coloured blocks in the relay carrier without breaking them?
  6. Hi all so my alarm siren is dead (probably water caused it) and so have replacement - however the actual job of replacing is crazy i know the siren resides under the fuse/relay carrier on the U.K. passenger side. But actually getting to it is almost impossible so I can see that you need to unclip the fuse and relay boards and then somehow Unclip those coloured blocks which then allows you to remove the top half of the relay carrier, move cables out the way and then finally remove the bottom part of the carrier to finally get access to the siren q
  7. Ok cool and one last thing MOBIL IS Esso in the UK so the MOBIL ATF 3309 should be good correct??
  8. Ok so the MOBIL ATF 3309 should be ok correct?? and your saying AISIN also as that was the original Fluid in the Cayenne transmission?
  9. OK so only issue is in UK we don’t seem to have the Esso JWS 3309 😞
  10. Hi Loren thats for Cayenne S and Cayenne Turbo ive got the lowly Cayenne 3.2 V6 🙂 so is my ATF different??
  11. SO - looking at doing ATF Fluid and filter change Porsche ATF Fluid is too costly when there’s others in the market - anyone have any experience and advice with the following when doing the ATF change: Meyle ATF III H 0140192300 Febi 101161 ATF Mobil ATF 3309 All meet the following specs - which would you recommend / use? Specifications and Manufacturer Approvals Audi G-055-025-A2 Ford WSS-M2C924-A Lexus JWS 3309/Type T-IV Porsche JWS 3309/Type T-IV Saturn GM9986195 Toyot
  12. Ok an update to this.... SOLVED Amazingly wasn’t sensors or earthing points - was simply a faulty Level Control Module! i had a spare module in the garage back in the UK so when I got back I swapped the units and tested for two days flat - no errors all working fine Funny thing is I actually had an error 0003 Control Unit Faulty at the very beginning - as stated right at the beginning of the thread lol - I shouldn’t listed to the **** code reader software!
  13. Did anyone ever figure this out?? How to remove the fuse box out the way??
  14. Ok update : drop links on rear sway bar - right hand side much worse than left Local VW dealer ( as Porsche dealership over three hours away) diagnosed and showed me how lose they were and even more oddly will be using Meyle parts as not able to get hold of VW/Porsche parts in time strange things happen in Portugal but at least it wasn’t too serious and expensive lol
  15. Just popped out for a meal to get a new issue with my Cayenne occasional hard knocks in rear like I’ve had a stone hit the car underneath and when I turn left I get a rubbing sound - comes from underneath the car like directly underneath drivers seat (UK Right hand drive) what the hell could this be now???
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