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Hi, I'm having issue with my Cayenne's headlights flickering. Also, I'm getting the infamous "dipped beam" message on the computer. I saw in some other websites forum something about a fix, but I wanted to hear it from you guys so I know for sure what to do. I fixed the issue once before at the dealer, or so I thought. Then when the issue arose again the dealer said that they had fixed the passenger side and that it was the driver side. The computer doesn't tell you which side it is. It just says "dipped beam". So how would they know that without looking at it? The dealer here in Tampa, Thieves... I mean Reeves... is not that great. I even took it over to another place and they seemed to know nothing about headlights. I don't want to spend a lot and I want a fix that's going to last. So what do I do? Where do I go?
My Cayenne's battery is dying on me. I wondering what a good battery is for replacing the factory battery? Also, can the job be done DIY? What special insructions should I know before taking on the project?
I'm looking for a place in Tampa, FL that works a lot on Porsche vehicles. Not Reeves. Anybody know of any? I need the rear Cardan driveshaft replaced on my 2004 Porsche Cayenne S. I'd like to get a remanufactured part as opposed to buying a new one from Porsche. I want to get the service done by someone who knows what they're doing and will warranty work.
I have a 2004 Cayenne S and I'm having a problem with the washer fluid reservoir. I put water in and most of empties to the floor. Only enough stays in to wash windows a handful of times. Replacement of it or fix it? I need to know how to replace it, the part numbers, where to buy 1, the cost, and/or detailed explanation of how to fix the current one if I don't replace it. I would rather not pay the dealer my right arm to do the work.
FSUKXAZ replied to tcooper's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)I have a 2004 Cayenne S. My key fob stopped working today... as far as opening the doors wirelessly. I replaced the battery and it still doesn't work. Fortunately it still starts the car. I don't want to pay through the nose for a replacement fob or to get the broken one fixed. Where in Tampa, FL can I go to get this taken care of? Please don't say Reeve's... they bother me.
? I was asking what kind of spark plugs are best for the 2004 Porsche Cayenne S? and why? any experiences anyone else has had? I was thinking on purchasing NGK Iridium IX spark plugs. From their website: The Spark Plug Serious Enthusiasts Rely On NGK Spark Plugs - Iridium IX Iridium IX Spark Plugs are the most technologically advanced high performance plugs available. Featuring a 0.6 mm iridium center electrode tip, they offer superior ignitability without sacrificing durability. The tapered ground electrode increases flame kernel expansion, while the superior heat range design is ideally suited to the demands of high performance environments. Specially designed to meet the needs of serious enthusiasts, Iridium IX Spark Plugs offer outstanding acceleration, high fuel efficiency and long life. When you demand the most from your engine, rely on the proven performance of NGK Iridium IX Spark Plugs. NGK's new Iridium IX is the personification of these qualities and takes premium performance spark plugs to a new level. A level that is expected from the world leader in spark plugs.
Tune Up Time. What Plugs Should I Use For My 2004 Cayenne S?
FSUKXAZ replied to FSUKXAZ's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)I have the silver caliper, but i was told by Just Brakes that I needed the 330mm. So ???. I'll look at the calipers like you suggested this afternoon and verify that they are 350mm. I have the Cayenne S model which means the V8 so I would assume it's 350mm. So besides Zimmerman who else would you recommend? BTW - Thank you, it's nice to talk to another Cayenne owner who knows what I'm going through.
I have a 2004 Porsche Cayenne S. I was looking to find out what rotors would be best for my Cayenne S. The people told me at the brake shop that the OEM rotors are only about average and that I could do better if I wanted to. I was thinking of these 2 types: - Performance Dimpled & Slotted - Performance Drilled & Slotted I drive fast and brake not too hard or soft. I''d say about average. I also want better rotors than what comes on the Cayenne S to begin with. Plus, I don''t want to spend a fortune. So based on all that, what brands would you recommend? And what type of rotor do you recommend? Also what is the difference between 330mm and 350 mm? What is supposed to be on my vehicle? Any experiences you could share may also be helpful. Thank you, Todd
I was looking for the part number for Sirius and not XM. I do have the 6-disc changer in the trunk. I realize they merged as companies, but the programming is still very much different. Sirius is 100 times better. The goal here is to buy the part for the Sirius inexpensively, and then get it installed so that it goes right through the PCM, and to have it installed where I live here in Florida.
Hi, I have a 2004 Porsche Cayenne S with PCM. I read in one of the manuals that Porsche offered the option of satellite radio that year. And that you had a choice of either XM or Sirius satellite radio. Now I cannot stand XM, I love Sirius for a number of reasons (programming, stations, DJ's, shows, etc.). What I want to know is what is the part number for the Sirius (I know they have different part numbers from XM)? How much is it? How easy is it to get installed? Does anyone know a good place here in Florida to do it? Thank you, Todd