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  1. This was crazy, apparently two different things happened. Fortunately, nothing major. First, the battery ended up having a dead cell. Replaced it and good as new. I was hearing that with the 2021 polar vortex seems that a lot of people had the car batteries go bad, not sure how wide spread though. Second, the sound was coming from passenger seat. The adjustment switch on the passenger front was stuck, but not enough to actually move the seat but just enough for the motor to be engaged...lol Still need to figure out the burning smell! Still take that in consi
  2. Hey everyone! I had to jump off my Cayenne this afternoon (not sure that the jumping off is related) and after doing so there was a moderately loud buzzing/humming sound that is able to be heard in the cabin. It seems to be on the passenger side, either in the dash or engine, and you can hear from the outside too. Wondering if it could be fuel pump related, I pulled up the rear passenger seat and found nothing. Tried turning off the heater and it was still there. It was consistent while driving. Even after stopping and turning off the Cayenne, and removing the
  3. Turns out that it was the wiper motor that was leaking! I think coincidently the water pump is starting to go out...
  4. Hey everyone! I am sharing this experience, which is still in progress... I glanced out the window at work at my 04 Cayenne S and noticed a little puddle. This puddle was about the size of a DVD disk in front of the front passenger's side tire (note, not behind the front passenger tire), about where the wheel well meets the bumper. The puddle had a ring at the edge that was light orange. When I looked under the hood I couldn't notice anything leaking, and wasn't able to find anything meaningful. I noticed that the engine temp raised slightly this evening whe
  5. Update! So I decided to start by check the driver's side, and boy am I glad I did (since the pressured line on the passenger side is such a mess to remove)-- it seems that when getting the filter seated last night, I somehow managed to have one of the electrical connectors going to the filter (the black and red cables) came unplugged!! 🙄🙄 She's alive!! 🙂
  6. Hey everyone! About a week ago my 2004 Cayenne S (non-turbo) failed to start while at the gas pump, after getting gas. Ultimately, many hours later and after search for a used fuel pump (which I didn't end up using) I was able to remove the #14 fuse and carry on my way, no real trouble since then. I have also in the last couple of months replaced the fuel pressure valve I bought from the mothership. I have read and seen on a few different places that not only was it likely a bad fuel pump, but that the other fuel pump would likely end up going out soon + I would have to open both s
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