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thanks Loren. Ironically one of the solutions is to buy butyl or duct tape, but I think the problem is the low hanging door. Are TSBs typically honored after warranty? How hard would it be to add a washer to the lower hinge?
A relatively quick search on wind noise didn't pull up anything specific to the cayenne. I am having some wind noise coming from the top corner near the B pillar from the passenger side window. I have checked all of the rubber sealing and there doesn't appear to be any issue with it being malformed, etc and when it is windy and/or cold outside it becomes very noticeable and extremely annoying on the highway. However, when the door is closed it appears the seal hangs ever so slightly over the lip of the door frame as opposed to sitting flush or just inside as the other doors. Its as if the door just needs to close an additional 1/8 of an inch or so. So my question is, can the door be adjusted to close tighter? Or does this indicate a different issue? As always, thanks for any and all suggestions. Other than duct tape. Short story: Can the doors be adjusted to close "tighter"?
cake97 replied to cake97's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Thank you both.
Tried searching for replacement lug bolt specs, but no threads popped and no cayenne specific listings on suncoast and am trying to find out if the lug bolts are standard across multiple models.. Bought a used cayenne six months ago and didn't notice that I am missing the wheel lock key. Non-standard are on so I got a tool to take them off but want to have some replacements handy. If anyone can tell me if something like this will work http://e-partssales.com/Merchant2/merchant..._Code=997wheels or even http://www.automotion.com/product.asp?pf_i...s-_-P914862-_-X I would most appreciate it. Or if I missed an appropriate thread I would love the link Thanks