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I just installed a new heated steering wheel on my 2013 Cayenne Diesel without a heated one. Now I found out the hard way that there are no wires on the clockspring for the heated connector. I was wondering if anyone has changed out a clockspring on a 2011 and newer Cayenne? I am not sure if the heated wheel simply needs 12V. So if I change out the clockspring, could I simply put 12V on the connector that goes to the heated connector?
Thanks for the reply. I have an appointment with the dealer next Monday, so we will see.
My driver side tail light is out, but only when the vehicle is turned on or running. When it is off, the both tail lights work. When locking the vehicle and unlocking, the tail lights work When on or running, the driver side tail light is out and when I brake, it is also out. What do you think? Does something need to be reprogarmmed at the dealer?
I would leave the 21 for the summer and find some OEM 18s for some winter tires like Nokian etc. This is what I do. Most of the 21 are UHP or ultra high performance.
OCNYPORSCHE replied to hitz's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Highly doubt it is the fuel pump. Mudman is right, it is probably the other coils.
I wanted to add to this great thread. I changed my air filters yesterday on my 05 CTT. It is a little different that the S since the air pipes actually go down instead of across. So there are 2 pins that need to be rotated to the 12 o'clock position to remove the air box. After 2 hours of trying to get to the clamps, I decided to search the forums since I never saw these pins before and it looked logical that the air box must come apart by those pins. Anyway, look at the V6 instructions to learn how to remove those pins. It is the only way to change the filters on a CTT. Additional Instructions that Pertain to the CTT
08 and newer Cayenne S's also use a different oil filter too. I found out the hard way! I am pretty sure it is a different plug too. I think the 996 one is smaller.
I have a similar "problem". In my 2008 CS, I originally had a Mobridge Audio, and now I finally had some time to swap it out with a Mobridge BT. Now I am getting the CD Changer not available message. But everything works OK. The BT and the iPod functions all seem to work. Looks like the CD Changer is not found, but the system did find a Phone. Everything worked without error with the Mobridge Audio. I found another thread PIWIS Link, where Berty987 says it may be easier to just leave it since it works. However that case dealt with a newer PCM and an older AMP. Andy, if you find someone local in NY, let me know.
I have both a CS (wifes) and CTT (mine). Mudman is right, once you test drive the CTT, it is over. You will want it the CTT!
In the US, Nav-TV has solutions for you. In Europe, I believe that it is www.Nav.tv
Are you driving really hard? Even within spec, still seems to be alot of oil. My 2005 CTT burns about 1 qt for every 2K miles. My 2008 CS burns about 1.5 quarts per 2K miles.
That is the sweet sound of the TURBO. As you hear that hum, you should see the boost gauge move higher. I love that humming!!
OCNYPORSCHE replied to fsoulie's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Mine has been great too. I have had a very positive response from their technical support too, so I am sure that they will fix the problem.