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    Cayenne Turbo 2006
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  1. The dipped beam error desribed sounds similar to mine - restart the engine and the problem went away temporarily - until one day driving long haul a bump on the road caused permanent error on the dipped beam. The car has only 15.000 miles on it so I could not believe it was a faulty bulp. Porsche dealership said to simply remove and reinsert the light unit as per instructions manual. Voila - fixed the problem - ie. it was a problem caused by the light unit´s connection box having poor connections.
  2. I am installing a tech art front (lower valance) spoiler on a 2006 955 Turbo and was wondering if the car will look unbalanced without the techart side trims. Has anyone installed this spoiler and NOT done the sides too? Pics? Any help appreciated.
  3. For all this is worth - I recently installed a Dension Gateway 500 unit in the trunk of my 2006 Cayenne Turbo. Ever since - occasionally the PCM reports phone, navigation not working. I believe the problem lies with the optical wiring and the way data is exchanged between various modules in the loop. The dension unit / wiring connection obvioulsy causes havoc. Here´s what i found out that is interesting - if I switch audio source to RADIO - turn off ingnitiation and PCM and restart- the problem usually occurs - but not if i turn the PCM off with the CD changer (ie. IPOD interface). It must ha
  4. I had a similar battery issue with 996 C4S which I kept in garage for half year every year - always draining the battery even if the battery was disconnected. Would not keep up voltage after recharge - usually resulting in a lame cell in the battery. Took me 3 brand new batteries - until someone tipped me that most new batteries need a refill of battery fluid (acidic water) after a month or so of being used first time. Well, this did the trick - no battery problems ever since.
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