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    Porsche Cayenne S Titanium Edition
  1. Brave man, that's for sure! Oh man,,,, I've been waiting to see the complete DIY write up or the Porsche shop manual to tackle this. Thank got, I have an extra vehicle to run around & won't be doing this on my drive way. If you know a site with a complete DIY write up or the Porsche shop manual, please let me know, I'm willing to pay $ for 'em.
  2. I've been using a dish wash soap to clean the area good for the double side tape application. And wax the area after the installation.
  3. Mine doesn't clunk, doesn't clunk usually mean the synchro going out on auto tranny? Does it also clunk even after warm up or just in the morning?
  4. here is how,,,, http://forums.rennlist.com/rennforums/pors...ke-removal.html
  5. I wonder why these coils tend to crack like that,,, recently had 40k miles maintenance service and dealer found 2-3 of coils had a hairline cracks on them, replaced under warranty. I've owned numerous brand cars and never had a problem with crack coils... I've heard you can prevent the silver plastic cover getting scratched by laying down the towel while removing 'em.
  6. i was able to purchase the rubber blade part and installed on the OEM housing for less than $20, i just can NOT believe a cayenne owner who owns Porsche can't afford to buy his own fawking wiper blades. this pisses me off big time :angry:
  7. I've been using this extractor (similar) one for my BMW, as someone already mentioned, the oil filter is under the hood, so I never had to go underneath my BMW. Anyways, I haven't yet had a chance to use the extrator to change the engine oil on my pepper yet, I had a really good deal from the local shop that I couldn't pass :)
  8. doesn't even turn on the headlights, should be able to turn them on via turning on the parking lights.
  9. wow, that's interesting,,, i've never seen a car that required a steering wheel to be removed and remounted in order to make the steering wheel straight. :0
  10. Bought a brand new blank key w/ fob from sunset porsche few months ago, still haven't stopped by local P-dealer to get it cut & programed. I was quoted with 1/2 hour labor and labor to cut the blank key.
  11. Just outta curiosity, did you make sure there is no DVD disk already inside of the unit? (although I have a feeling that you probably have done this already) or have you tried this? master reset http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...hl=master+reset Good luck!
  12. Wow,,, $3k,,, would be pretty hard to convince wifey (if you are married) ;)
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