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    2004 996 Turbo Cabriolet

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  1. When I purchased my 04 Turbo Cab in December it came with the radio in the attached photo. I now see in the manuals there is a CDR23 single din quick reference guide as well as a Cayenne PCM manual but the picture is not the same as what I have. Is there a way of finding out what radio my vehicle came with by serial number? As far as I can tell I have a PCM 2.0 with a part number of 99664223406 but can't say for sure.
  2. Maybe this issue is old news but as it turns out the fuel pressure lines in the tank in my 04 TT Cab had split and not delivering enough fuel to the engine. Thought I'd share in case anyone is going through the same thing. It did not send a code so it was hard to diagnose.
  3. Hi all new member here. I just purchased a 2004 996 TT X50 cabriolet from the US and now have it here in Victoria, BC, Canada. I've converted the fog lamps to DRLs and had heard some talking about using LED bulbs to keep the heat down. I purchased a set of BrightSource bulbs but when I went to install them I noticed the sizeable heat sincs which would require not using the seal for the fog light hole. I did not install them as I don't want to leave this open for moisture to get in and possibly introduce condensation and or dirt. Has anyone gone this route? Thoughts? Thanks in advance!
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