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    2004 Porsche Cayenne S
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  1. just wondering if some one can post how to remove the front seat. Thanx
  2. Dude, totally normal. I stressed about this so bad, even when everybody sed it was ok. I finally took my 2004 cayenne S to the dealership and they sed its ok. So, as far as I have found, its ok.
  3. K so retaining anything bose is out of the question. So is there any way to wire/connect the ipod in my "NON-PCM CD deck" without a wireless signal. Cuz I already use a radio transmitter to play my ipod on my deck, but it sounds like crap. thanks for the input guys.
  4. Hey guys, I got a 2004 cayenne S with a Single Disc CD player with the Bose suround sound(or what not). Questions are... Can I upgrade my deck and retain the bose amp and speaker, or just speakers and replace the amp?? And if none of that is possible, is there any way to wire in an ipod direct to the head unit so I can get some clean tunes?? Help please, can't keep shuffling stacks of CD forever. Thanx guys PS. Has anyone done a car PC on their cayenne yet??
  5. Is there anyone in canada that has a Cayenne PET Shop Manual??!!
  6. Where does diagnostic connector plug into on cayenne??? In the engine bay?? Please post a pic of location or something, I'm pretty dumb founded. I ordered a manual, but haven't recived it yet and aam eager to fiddle with the durametric program.
  7. What is the best Diagnostic Tool all around, bang for your Buck?? I'm gonna get one, but would like an experienced opinion first. I just wanna buy in the right direction. Thanx
  8. About 45k miles on it. Don't know the previous repairs, I just got it about 2 weeks ago.
  9. I have a 2004 cayenne S and the temp gauge is always at a hare over half way, but in slow and at a long stop it gets close to 3 quarters. It doesn't overheat cuz when I drive it, it goes back down to a hare over half. I don't try to overheat it cuz I get scared fo ruining my cayenne. And I dont smell coolant. I have had it only for 2 weeks and the weather is around the 20's at the moment. I'm wondering if any of you had this problem, or know of it, or know a solution. thanks
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