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Any solutions ?
So did you ever come up with a solution to this problem ?
??? did nobody come up with a solution for this
Thanks Loren for the graphics I will look at it tomorrow and give you guys an update. Thanks again.
Hi Loren. Im trying to locate the drains on the doors to unplug and also to unclog the weather strips so i can get rid of all the water in the carpets. Any idea?
the rubber strip that goes around the bottom of the door
Are you talking about this ??
fix the corroded wire.....location please if anyone has info about that...
how do you do it with the durametric ? and EKSTOEMTJ did you fix this issue with 220 degrees ??
Hello everyone. I need advise on few couple of items... 1. I have problems with the transmission and the key..i.e. it wont unlock the key when turned off. After driving for a while I get D with no number (telling me what gear its in) with and when turning off a message follows please put lever to PARK. Then I need you opinion on what the hell is going on with the water INSIDE my car all the doors are soaking wet in the lowest 2" but dry above that. The floors are randomly wet... action already taken : : : I cleaned the drains in the front wheels and nothing blocking it there..SO what do you guys think I should be doing next ?? I tried to take a picture of it but is like raining when i slide my finger across the lowest section of the doors. THANKS
If anyone has a clue where the procedure or a DIY is located it would be appreciated...i have been searching the forum now with NO LUCK :(
The model is '04 Cayenne S 87K for better idea ;) The procedure to glue the magnet back..is that a whole lot of a procedure i.e. Removing the entire center console ?
Hello. So I have posted here on renntech before about Cayenne S operating temps with no final fix for that issue. I recently had the joy of having a msg when I shut off the car saying "move selector lever to position 'P' " The indicator lights on the gear shift where it is iluminated the selected mode " P,R,N,D. The light moved as i cycle trough but alwas there is a light in D even though the lever is in P and there also light in P. Have anyone experienced this before and knows how to fix this ?? I also pulled up a few codes with durametric today and it would be great if anyone could shed some lights on those for me since im not very mechanic. Thanks
So far I have checked the water pump and there is no leak visible there and no play at all...so Im back against the wall now.... ANY other suggestions about what might be causing this ???