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    Cayman S
  1. Nick, I removed the battery cover and plastic trim next to it but could not find the GPS aerial... Maybe I could not recognize it. What does it look like? How do I unplug/replug it? Some pics may help. Tx for your help. Also, since I had my car extensively washed, the sound of my horn changed, much less loud... Any idea? Read you soon hopefully.
  2. Under the plastic trim in front of the windscreen ie the one the wiper arms go through. The GPS aerial is just above the pollen filter (right hand side of car looking forward), you will have to remove the battery cover and plastic trim next to it to gain access. Thanks a lot, I'll try that this evening and let you know.
  3. Hi All, First time I post a topic, though I have been reading a lot of them. I have a Cayman S 2007, and after having my car get an extensive valet over the week end, I noticed the satnav would not detect any satellites, and when I try to locate my location on the map, the location is totally wrong. It is not the first time it happens, and last time I had my gps antenna replaced by my local Posche dealer. Before I do it again, can somebody tell me where the gps antenna is located? (with picture if possible) So I can try to unplug/replug it and see if it works? Many thanks.
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