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  1. Hey there!

     

    Thx for the willingness to try and help me. So I have several interior OEM pieces that I need to swap out (steering column housing top and bottom, gauge cluster surrounds, steering wheel inserts, parking brake and ashtray lid panels in the center console, etc.). Any help would be greatly appreciated. I need to minimize the time my shop spends (and thus labor costs)...which is why I need this info.

     

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    AMeet

  2. Thanks all! Just contributed :) Yes I need instructions/schematics that will help me with the install of the interior parts mentioned above. PM on the way Porschelibrarian Can anyone else tell me more about where to find that info? Would it be PIWIS TSI? I went online to start an acct for the POrsche PIWIS access, but it doesn't say how much I'll pay?
  3. Thanks for the response and welcome! So did I understand incorrectly then? Someone told me that I would be able to gain access through this forum to the interior schematics once I become a payign member? Is there a database other than PIWIS I need to access?
  4. Hi there, New member here, but I'm hoping to be come a more active part of the forum. I have a 2015 Macan Turbo and need help via PIWIS. Here's what I need: (1) Access to PIWIS schematic diagrams of the Macan interior, which will help me install some oem interior pieces I had coated in carbon fiber (i.e. the smoking package lid, parking brake panel in the console, steering column surrounds and gauge cluster surrounds, sports chrono panel on top of dash, etc.) (2) Anyone who has PIWIS 2 or later or knows a shop that has PIWIS and is willing to use it to help me lower the car (my car has air suspension) I'm more than willing to take care of the 1st one if someone can help me to figure out how to become a supporting member so that I can access PIWIS??? Thanks in advance!
  5. Hi everyone, I have a 2015 Macan Turbo, and I'm trying to figure out how to become a supporting member so that I can access PIWIS??? Can anyone help me figure this out please? Thanks in advance. Welcome to RennTech You become a contributing member by donation (see the "donate" icon at the top of the screen). Becoming a member does not give you access to a PIWIS system, which is the factory diagnostics tool. To acquire a PIWIS system, you need to directly contact Porsche and be ready to pay the first year's lease costs of around $20,000.
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