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What torque is required for lug nuts on a 2008 porsche cayenne gts? Thanks!
I had the same problem with my last cayenne (04 s) - it wasn't the fuel pump but this rubber tube that had to be replaced...I posted about it a while back and someone replied with the part number and directions on how to fix it
I was driving my truck today (08 GTS - Manual) and the oil light came on. I drove it straight home and the dipstick showed that there was a little bit of oil and the second time we pulled it out it was pretty dry. The truck drives fine and there are no funny sounds. I've had it for about a month. Should I get it checked out? Could there have been any damage?
I dropped a card in between my driver's seat and the center storage - I moved the seat all the way up to retrieve the card and now the seat won't move! Any idea what this could be? Thanks!
Awesome! Thanks so much!!
It happened again today after I filled gas so I'll take it back to the shop this week - Do you have the instructions posted somewhere on the forum? Why does it only happen after I fill gas? Thanks!
Thanks! I went to the shop today and they found a EVAP fault but they couldn't determine what kind it was because it was so sporadic (or something like that). They told me to just drive it and see if it happens again. I'll go fill gas again on the weekend and see what happens.
Yes - there is a CEL - sorry, forgot to mention that. I'll have the codes read tomorrow Thanks!
I've filled gas about 4 times in the last month and two of those times I've had trouble starting my 04 Cayenne S after I fill the gas. It sputters a bit and sounds really weak and starts after 3 - 4 trys...any idea what this could mean? Thanks!
I'm pretty sure that when the fault shows up it also means you will have to change the sensors (fairly inexpensive)
Both of these lights came on during my drive today...I've never used the four wheel drive system and the light didn't come on after...what could this mean? I've made an appointment with the dealership for early next week. Are Cayenne's known for throwing out random lights/ faults every now and then? 2004 Cayenne S - 75,000 km Thank you
Okay thanks. Is this something that should be done ASAP? I believe this code came up a year ago on a diagnostic but hasn't triggered the CEL until now Thanks so much! And are those big jobs?
Here is the paper I got from the shop with the fault code img031.pdf
It's a 2004 Cayenne S :) (V8)