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  1. Just want to say thanks to all who have replied. Based on these replies, and some other postings I found from a few years back, I have a better understanding of the "hesitation" in the vehicle. I guess knowing that a bit better, what I would say is that it seems like during that "hesitation" time, the engine is jerky/hiccuping. It's not just that it is running smoothly but does not gear down and accelerate as quickly as I would expect - there definately is a rough feeling to it, which is kind of similar when you are trying to start a manual vehicle in 3rd or 4th gear (not that drastic, I do
  2. Dennis Unfortunately I'm 4000 miles from home in the Yemen desert at the moment. I'll ask my wife to take a look, where would she find the build date? Is it stamped on the drivers door? I only drove with PSM off in the city, not at high speeds, so I don't know how many gears I might get through eventually. There is a mechanic near me that does work on german autos - is the coils something they could likely look at or would they need the PMIS or whatever it is called that likely only the dealer has? Is this kind of work something I should definately go to the dealer for? Anyone have any
  3. wvicary - thanks for your response. Can you advise, what gear is your vehicle usually in when you are travelling at 50-60 km/h?
  4. Good Day everyone, I've recently become the proud owner of a 2004 Cayenne S and I'm a little concerned with how it is performing at medium speeds. When driving at around 60 km/h in the city, with PSM on, it gradually shifts up to D5. Then if I want to punch it up a little to say 75km/h, it feels "jerky" for a few seconds, almost like it is flooding itself or something. Eventually it will shift down and accelerate OK. The local dealer checked it out and said no issues, but I'm not sure they actually took it on the road, most likely hooked up to their computer. They did report a couple o
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