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    2006 Porsche Cayenne, 6 speed manual transmission
  1. I may have found my solution. After looking at this PelicanParts tutorial on removing the driver's side door panel, it appears that the 16 pin female connector actually connects to a connector inside the door, and the 10 pin connector comes from a line inside the door to that mirror switch in the small panel at the top of the door. Here is a link to the Pelican tutorial: Porsche Cayenne Front Door Panel Removal | 2003-2008 | Pelican Parts DIY Maintenance Article WWW.PELICANPARTS.COM There are quite a few projects that reside behind yo
  2. After living with a chunk out of my driver's side mirror for several years, I found a replacement in white on ebay, and it was delivered. It cleaned up well, but there is a problem. THe new mirror, supposedly also from a 2006, has a 16 pin connector, but my existing mirror only has a ten pin connector. I am guessing if i could see a wiring diagram, I could take the appropriate wires from the new unit, and connect them to the wires into the plug of the old unit. The new mirror has the courtesy light, my base Cayenne did not have courtesy lights on the mirror. Just heat, and mirror movement, of
  3. Thanks, LV- I too appreciate that you took the time to post this helpful thread. I waqs stumped at how to remove the little plastic screws, but your post solved that problem, and probably saved me from screwing up the air filter box, or the connection to the intake. By the way, if you remember, where is the cabin air filter located. I replaced one in my BMW 7 series and it was ridiculously difficult to get at, and to remove. (Maybe that's why it appeared the first owner had never changed it, and it was almost completely stopping the air flow from the heat/AC unit) Gratefully, Dave
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