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  1. I am on my second set of Latitude Sports. The Latitude sports pattern are identical to PS2 tires, which were made for high performance sports car. This tires perform outsdanding feel on both dry/wet road. very quiet as well. They last about 25000-30000KM (25% highway, 75% local). If you plan to drive in snow, I guess you want to go with some other brands, because Latitudes Sports doesn't run on snow!!!
  2. Thanks Loren. Mudman, just like you said, it pop out for no reason. When I tried to insert it back to the hole, I accidently press to hard and it fell into the hole.....that plastic cap is in there somewhere. I guess only way to find it is to take the lower panel off...... get a new one is more convenience By the way, can you help me measure the size of that filler? so I can order the right one. Thanks!
  3. Loren, in the lower left corner of picture (where the red arrow point to) shown a black round plastic cap, it's missing on my car. Can you find out the part number for that? 2004 Cayenne S. Thanks! p.s. the picture belongs to mudman2, I borrowed it from his website.
  4. Loren, I need the part number for this item in the engine bay. Sorry I don't know what's this thing called, but I took a picture and the item is indicated by the RED arrow. It's for 2004 Cayenne S. Recently I had my car serviced at local shop, I was told that the rubber on this "bar" is worn, and need to replace this bar. otherwise I will feel the vibration when engine is idle. is that correct? Thanks!
  5. just curious, do I really need to change coolant? if so, how often should I change coolant? I thought Porsche claimed their coolant are good for lifetime?
  6. The service reminder will shown only when you turned on the engine and it goes off after while. it's normal. The CDS T09, isn't that indicating the sound track you are listening? CDS T09 (CD Single, Track 09)
  7. can you give more detail or explain how you open it up? once you pry open the head of it, were you able to close it again? (if so, then I can transparent the ic chip to the new remote) Thanks!
  8. I did a little search on the forum but still can't find a right answer. My key fob is in pretty bad shape, I would like to replce it with a new one. After seaching the forum I know its key blade can be taken off and put it on the new remote. Since my key fob works ok, but the plastic cover is in bad shape, I was thinking to purchase a new remote key fob off from ebay. Now the question is, is there a way to open up the outside cover of the key fob? (I would like to transparent the remote chip, battery, key blade over to the new remote fob) is it a way to go? or I still need a dealer to reprogrammed the new remote?
  9. Recently I bought a set of ignition coil set for Suncoast Porsche Parts Dep. for my 2004 Cayenne S (V8) It is made by Beru, part NO. 948.602.104.05 Is this the right parts for my car? what's the difference between the .03 and .05 coils?
  10. mine is 04 Cayenne S, same thing, everytime I turn on the engine, the average speed shown on the display. I guess ours are normal.........
  11. I noticed that all the 12V sockets in the cayennes are power on even without engine running..... is there any way that I can rewire it so it is off when I switch off the engine? Thanks!
  12. When I scroll through the dash display, there is no tire pressure info. but under "setting" "Unit" "Tyre Pressure" there's option let me choose either "PSI" or "bar". I assumed this car came with TPMS, but the sensors were missing? The question is, for those Cayenne WITHOUT TPMS, can you see Tyre Pressure unit selection in the dash display? (I changed new tires recently, none of the sensors were installed on the rims, I am not sure if the previous owner bought TPMS option)
  13. Loren, thanks for the reply. Where do I look up for the option code? the previous owner didn't give me the document.
  14. how to check if TPMS came with car? bought my '04 Cayenne S used, previous owner upgraded wheels to 19", it doesn't have the sensor on the wheel. When I look up in the dashboard infomation window, there is a selection under "Unit" -> "Tyre Pressure" where I can choose bar or psi. other then that, no other TPMS menu as shown in the user's manual. So does that means TPMS option is available in my car? all I need is purchse new sensor and install on the rims?
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