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  1. Does anyone have an update on this? I would like to swap out my Cayeene remote as well. Thanks
  2. I don't have any pictures though I think they may have started using the new arms in 1992 (not sure). The only difference in that the old one has one spring on the bottom and the new one has two. Hope this helps.
  3. When this topic first came up I followed Post #5 and I did see the “service reset” message even though I couldn’t reset it. Since then, I have had warrantee work done and they told me the upgraded some software. I tried it again yesterday and now it no longer displays the “service reset” option. They must have removed that feature. On the bright side, I called my local Porsche mechanic and he now has the Cayeene software to reset the service reminder. One less thing to worry about.
  4. Post 7-9 say it didnt work. Maybe they disabled it. SSHARP225 - What year and model is your Cayeene?
  5. I have the same problem every time I disconnect my battery (1990 C4). You need to get the idle reset with the Bosch Hammer. My mechanic charges $75 for the job and it takes 15 minutes. The car will run perfect after that.
  6. I wonder if the rear seats are wired also since its an option. How can I tell?
  7. You wont regret it! :thumbup: You can always go back and you can do it yourself in an hour.
  8. You dont want to use those covers, your brakes will overheat. Low dust pads just became available - You may want to go that route....
  9. I bought them from Sunset Imports (mention their ad in "Excellence Magazine" for a nice discount". You will need a few parts, the arm, caps and you might as well change the blades. It was $25 for each arm and $21 for the blades. The caps were about $2 a pair. There is a right and left wiper arm, I'm not sure which part number is for which arm (they know): 964-628-028-01 Wiper Arm 964-628-028-02 Wiper Arm 964-628-901-02 Wiper Blades 928-628-623-01 Wiper Arm Caps (x2) One of the best upgrades for the money!
  10. I tried to install my Rennline dead pedal yesterday and I had to bail out early on. I couldn’t get the hood release lever off. Can anyone describe how it’s done? Thanks
  11. skl - Do you know what tool he used to pry up the plastic sill?
  12. I just bought one from Rennline but haven't installed it yet. Pretty nice match IMHO. Got it directly from Rennline for $80 (no tax) at the Hershey Parade Swap Meet last weekend. Rennline Dead Pedal
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