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  1. Dont know the code, but all silver german car wheels match 100% this paint: 1Z Einszett Silver Spray Wheel Paint http://www.autogeek.net/1z-einszett-silver-wheel-paint.html You need above paint and primer: 1Z Einszett Spray Paint Primer Haft-Grund http://www.autogeek.net/1z-einszett-spary-paint-primer.html
  2. Loren, If you have the opportunity, could you, please, post Cayenne windshield replacement tech procedure instruction doc from the Porsche AG repair/service manual including alignment specs, special tools needed for windshield replacement/alignment by a 3rd party auto glass shop. Thank you.
  3. ...THE SOURCE of the problem is a BUGGY Comfort Settings Control Unit. You only see MANIFESTING buggy behaviour in other related/interconnected CUs (for example radio!!!...) THIS UNIT stores individual driver selected car comfort settings. This unit "resets", generates software exceptions!!!...which manifest itself at the other interconnected Cay components (radio and others!!!...) ... Comfort Settings Control Unit works CLOSELLY with the other related Cay subsystems/components, for example CDR23 radio unit... REPLACING BUGGY Comfort Settings Control Unit will resolve RADIO!!! and other
  4. Does anybody know, if 17" CayV6 wheels fit CayS? Specifically do they fit over CayS front brakes? Did anybody tried this?
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