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About czarj66

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    Chicago
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2004 Cayenne S
    2001 M5
  • Future cars
    911 turbo
  • Former cars
    1998 BMW 740il (sold)
    1997 BMW 740i (sold)

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  1. I agree. I've been using this boards for years. They help out a lot, but it is definitely a collective effort to share this information.
  2. Thanks for the reply Lewis Weller, You were right, it wasn't the brake booster itself. It turned out to be the vacuum pump to the brake booster that was fried. I'm glad I posted this and you replied. Had I not had another Tech check for other faults, I would have installed the wrong part. You guy rock!!!
  3. Greetings Everyone, I have done much research on the internet but can't seem to find a DIY for the brake booster on a cayenne turbo 2004. I find many, many postings on replacing the cable and sensor. Mine have been replaced, reset and now I have the brake booster fault code on the control panel again. Mechanic diagnosed and said it was the brake booster. Can anyone direct me to this information?
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