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Hi everybody, So Porsche has a library of catalogs which contains several documents with all the part numbers for many cars up until (approximately) 2010. This library can be found on the service area of all Porsche regional sites, for example (US): http://www.porsche.com/usa/accessoriesandservices/porscheservice/originalparts/originalpartscatalogue/ This is a very nice resource for locating parts that need to be replaced in our vehicles. However we are left out of luck for the newer generations. Does anyone have or can point to the newer catalogs? Thanks!!
Hello everyone, I'm in the process of installing the Spare Wheel Holder kit (955-044-000-21) for my 04 turbo, does anyone know what is the part number for the circled item in the picture I'm including, I have my doubts whether this comes included in the kit. While on the subject, can anyone confirm what the max tire sizes for the wheel holder and the wheel cover, I was told by my dealer that the maximum tire size you can carry with the holder is 20" and that the maximum tire you can cover with the wheel cover kit (955-044-000-14) is 18", can anyone confirm this? Thank you very much.
Hello everyone, I'm trying to figure out the part number for the button on the rear headrest, no the center headrest but any of the two at the sides. I attached a picture so I can explain myself better. I'm not sure wether I can but the button as a spare or if I need to buy another complete headrest. Thank you!
Hey, I'm a contributing member now :D, do you have that TSB number?? Thank you. TSB 4/04 4456 Spare Wheel Carrier Installation Instructions (I No. 1G3) -- dated Aug 11, 2004 Or, you could just go to the Cayenne section and search for "spare wheel". Is the "Cayenne Technical manual" available somewhere?
Hey, I'm a contributing member now :D, do you have that TSB number?? Thank you.
Thank you for your reply, I'll check out the TSB here. One more question, does the bumper get modified or do you get a new one? Thank you!
Hey everybody, I'm sorry if this has been discussed before but I did try searching but found no conclusive information. My question is, does anyone know what it takes to retrofit the spare wheel holder to a 04 Cayenne Turbo? I have this part number: 955 044 000 21 but I'm not sure if it includes everything I need, judging from the pics I've seen of this option installed you either need a different bumper or one needs to take it to a specialized shop (and they need detailed instructions, does the part number include them?). I don't live in the US and I don't have access to a qualified Porsche dealership. I don't mind paying for the installation as long as everything is included and properly explained. I did find some "TSB's" that apparently addressed the installation process but I was unable to download them anywhere. Thank you all very much for you patience and help.