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Thanks for responding, finally got around to trying to copy it, but was unreadable on the PC too.
finally figured it out, 2 small screws on top of the unit, and then another 4 small screws that hold the cd unit to the cover. I had put a cd in while the nav cd was in there. So I had 2 cds in there. Pulled them out with some finagling. Put everything back in, but now the nav cd is unreadable because I scratched it. Now I need a nav Cd for the East.
2004 Cayenne S. I have a CD that won't eject, I got the PCM out of the vehicle without any problem , thank you to the forums for that! Now how do I get the CD out of the PCM??
er, sorry, 2004 Cayenne S. This morning the indicators blinked properly. Yesterday while they were not working properly I noticed that the voltmeter was registering between 8-9. Today it was back up to where it is supposed to be. Probably a bigger issue than blinkers.Thanks
Searched the forums but couldn't find the answer I was looking for. The turn signals all work, but the indicators on the cluster are not working. The ! isn't lit either. Any ideas? Thanks
Unfortunately no Durametric.
The Air Suspension Warning was popping up on my multi-purpose display after 2 mins of driving, and staying lit. So I purchased the compressor repair kit off ebay. After the install, it lowered properly, I did not drive it. The next morning the air suspension warning flashed on the screen during startup and the "General warning !" is now displayed. So, prior to me changing out the gasket and O ring the warning was displayed on the Multi-purpose display, now I have the warning! the compressor runs but will not raise the vehicle. I was able to replace the O ring and gasket without removing it. Vehicle is an 04 CS. What do you think?
I am changing out my pipes due to a slow loss of coolant over time. I have an 04 CS, I have 2 questions. First, will I be able to remove all the coolant via the drain plug on the radiator? Second, how much coolant is needed and is it a mixture or straight coolant? Thanks
Wrinkledpants- Thanks! that was it. I just tightened that bezel with a small screwdriver and the trim piece appears to be staying on so far. All is good!
The plastic trim ring for the ignition switch fell off, tried putting it back on but I can't get it to stay on. The ring will stay on for a very short period of time, and then fall off again. The switch itself does seem to have a little play in it, I don't know if that is normal. I wasn't able to find anything related to this subject by searching. Any suggestions?
Thanks for sharing all your thoughts! The coolant is just above the "MIN" mark, would it be alright to add distilled water? I swapped out my bumper for a turbo last year and in the process cleaned my radiators. This commute in traffic is new to me and the car, so I guess I feel a little better .
Today on the commute home, in slow moving bumper to bumper traffic the temp needle started to move to the other side of the line. It happened rather quickly, maybe after about 5 mins, and I got off after 15 mins total and it went back to normal. I don't think the car should be heating up that fast! I mean it didn't overheat, but the needle did start to move after only a short time in traffic. I would hate to be stuck in traffic for an extended period. Thoughts?
Yes, I plan on switching my standard Cayenne S to a Turbo bumper. I have researched quite a few threads on this subject, have not found any threads that deal with washer openings on the Turbo bumper. I don't have the washers on my S.
Plan on swapping out the front bumper of my 04CS to an 05 Turbo. The Turbo has the openings for the headlight washers , which I don't have on my CS. What are my options? TIA Jim