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About is.deleon

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    Houston, Tx
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    2005 Porsche Cayenne Turbo
  • Former cars
    2000 BMW X5

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  1. Thanks, i'm glad you found it usefull. Yeah I had to order a couple of clips, but I already had a couple missing so that wasn't a problem.
  2. well, i had to glue everything back together, hope it stays on. had little trouble with the bottom brackets but hope i did them right...
  3. Need help, again... There are 2 clips at the bottom of the backrest cover, they both broke on my 05 cayenne turbo. Also, there are 3 plastic peices and 3 metal clips higher up that attach to the frame of the seat, i might need them too. Is there a special glue that attaches the plastic peices to the back cover? It got unglued and don't know if there is some special glue available. Thanks, and I attached some pictures cause it's kinda hard for me to explain. Thanks again!!!
  4. thanks medtech, you just saved me some money :notworthy: !! i just replaced the rear, and they were extremely easy
  5. i should receive mine today, but will probably swap them out tomorrow, thanks for the writeup, i'm sure this will make it much easier :thankyou:
  6. awesome man :notworthy: , good deal, i plan on doing the air filter and bypass, but i'm waiting till after my baby is born
  7. wow, that would've been helpful... i just installed the bracket on my 05 ctt, but i pre-drilled the holes for the bracket, wish i hadn't done it because i drilled a hole in the wrong place :angry: ... well, in the end it worked out.. also, i installed the bracket upsidedown (on purpose, got that idea somewhere though...), it looks better, doesn't cover up the grille, and it's still pretty strong...
  8. Found it :jump: searched all over the place, but I found it. Thanks for the time you put into helping me. :thankyou: 955 572 710 00
  9. Nope, but we're almost there... They hold down the side (plastic) covers. Ok, I took a picture of one of the few reamining ones I have. Now if I loose this one, my Cayenne is going to start falling apart... lol
  10. Sorry for the confusion, I'm referring to the actual bolts/fasteners that tie down the engine covers. Not the covers nor the trim. I found this pictures, it is the bolt being removed. Hey, thanks for bearing with me on this one.
  11. I got these pictures online (Cayenne looks newer than mine), but the bolts I'm referring to look the same. Thanks for the quick respond.
  12. Hi Loren, I can't find the engine cover fasteners anywhere. Lost a couple when I changed the air filter. I think they are also called quarter-turn fasteners or turnlock fasteners. They secure the engine bay covers in place. Can you please provide me with a part number. Also, what is the part number for a licence plate support/bracket for a 2005 Cayenne Turbo. I think it is different than a Cayenne S due to the front bumper. Thank you in advance for your help.
  13. 2005 Cayenne Turbo Air Filter Change I recently changed my air filter on my 2005 Cayenne Turbo, and here's is how I went about. It took a while, but not bad considering I had no idea how to do it. I saw another article here on air filter change, but the problem is that on a Turbo, the air goes from the air filter to the turbots and then to the intake (vs. from the air filter straight to the intake on a regular V8), meaning the plumbing is not the same. I believe this is will also work on a Cayenne S, but I'm not 100% sure. Couple Author is.deleon Category Cayenne (9PA, 9PA1) - Maintenance Submitted 04/03/2010 06:54 PM
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