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    2004 porsche cayenne s
  1. "!" and service now - afaik means the service interval, so after you change the oil, filters and what is required for your mileage, you need to reset this with a piwis, pst2 or durametric. and besides that it does it also wrote "headlamp height adjustment" in the fault cluster menu ? if so, I believe that only piwis will help, cause the durametric doesnt has that. maybe it needs to be reset or calibrated. havent hear of something like this before, even for the guys who droped their cars lower than yours with the KW V3. maybe someone who has allready done this can help. again, what year and engine do you have. My cayenne is a 2004 with the 4.5L V8 ..S model does it also wrote "headlamp height adjustment" in the fault cluster menu ? yes, it says it as soon as i start up the truck. On the cluster..is there a sensor that can be fault that runs the adjusters? I know the lights do go up and down cause when i start the truck the lights come up.
  2. "!" and service now - afaik means the service interval, so after you change the oil, filters and what is required for your mileage, you need to reset this with a piwis, pst2 or durametric. and besides that it does it also wrote "headlamp height adjustment" in the fault cluster menu ? if so, I believe that only piwis will help, cause the durametric doesnt has that. maybe it needs to be reset or calibrated. havent hear of something like this before, even for the guys who droped their cars lower than yours with the KW V3. maybe someone who has allready done this can help. again, what year and engine do you have. My cayenne is a 2004 with the 4.5L V8 ..S model
  3. thanks, my cayenne has been lowered with springs not a lowering module. it has xenon lights in it too. ! is lit and service now is on the cluster as well as check headlamp adjustment height. There seems to be a allen key tool that can be used to adjust the heights, i was thinking of giving it a few turns and see if they go any higher. I went to the warning indicator menu on the cluster and it does not explain what the code or fault was besided headlamp heights adjustment.
  4. hey guys just wondering if anyone can help me with this..My 04 cayenne s has been lower a few inches..Not sure if this would set the headlamp adjustment warning on my cluster. The headlamps do go up and down. Does anyone think that adjusting them manually would work and fix the problem? I also have a service now light..is there a cheap scanner I can buy to check codes?
  5. Just wondering if anyone ever uses 87 octane fuel in their cayenne? I notice the truck is sluggish when i use the 87 octane but i dont drive it hard when i have low octane fuel in it. Anyone notice a difference in fuel mileage when using low octane fuel?
  6. Has anyone put a remote starter in their Cayenne? any problems with it? Its getting cold up here and thought it would be a good idea...thanks...
  7. Can someone give me the Bosch part number for the wipers on a 2004 Cayenne s? front ones of coarse..
  8. Can someone post the filling procedure for Cayenne S with tiptronic tranny? thanks...i can't find it anywhere.
  9. I had the Cayenne checked out at my buddies tranny shop..They are almost certain it is the shaft seal for the torque converter. It also looks like a simple job for the re and re....will let u guys know how it fairs out in the next few weeks after i get it done..
  10. Has anyone brought their bone stock cayenne S 340 hp to the track?
  11. Well last night temps dipped into sub zero's here and the heat takes a long while to get hot..how is the heat in everyonelse's cayenne? my gauge is in a good range but heat is not as hot as a i liked..can i bleed the system by simply removing the coolant cap and letting it over flow?
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