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  1. 1. The wire can be moved out of the way by push the rubber ring out of its support.
  2. 2006 Cayenne 3.2L V6 rear brake pad and rotor change When the brake pad workshop warning light turns on, you have at least 10,000 miles left on the pad. So take your time! When I replaced my old pad at 50,000 miles (1200 miles after the warning light), it still got about 1/4 inch of stuff left (I will wait longer next time). Okay, here are the steps: Tools: 16 mm torx bit (Not sold at sears! try special hardware store) 5 mm torx bit T50 torx bit Two big flat head screw driver (to push the pistons back) one small flat head screw driver (to adjust the brake shoe tension
  3. When the brake pad workshop warning light turns on, you have at least 10,000 miles left on the pad. So take your time! When I replaced my old pad at 50,000 miles (1200 miles after the warning light), it still got about 1/4 inch of stuff left (I will wait longer next time). Okay, here are the steps: Tools: 16 mm torx bit (Not sold at sears! try special hardware store) 5 mm torx bit T50 torx bit Two big flat head screw driver (to push the pistons back) one small flat head screw driver (to adjust the brake shoe tension) one philip screw drive (to push the pin out) pliers hammer Parts
  4. V6 and V8 oil changes are completely different. I just finished the first oil change on my 2006 Cayenne V6! Yes, it's different, but much easier. Any one with oil change experiences should be able to do it in 2 hours without reading any instructions. With instructions, you can probably do the oil change in 30 mins. Here is how I did it. Btw, English is not my first language so please bear with me. Tools: 6 mm Allen wrench - to open the oil filter cap 10 mm socket wrench - to remove the belly panel 18 mm socket wrench (crescent wrench works 2, but not recommended) - to remov
  5. Found this in a vw board. Can anyone who did a oil change on V6 Cayenne tell me if instructions for vw is good for a Cayenne? ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For those Do-It-Yourselfers (DIY) out there, if you haven't done it already, I just did. My first oil change on the treg. If you're not a DIY, you may want to stick around for an amusing read. I do not know if ANY of this applies to a V6 since I have a V8. First off, let me begin by saying this procedure is MESSY! It is also involved. It i
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