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ebay cable worked for me :) just switch blue plugs and turn your AUX on , and youre rolling with static free music from your ipod
if you have cdr-220 , get a cable from ebay and switch you aux on. thats only for aux or 3.5mm headphone jack. you can do the same for ipod specific cable, but its more money and it wont charge and radio wont allow you to control your songs anyway, so basically waste of money. if you have the cdr-23, yes, you have to send it out , as it doesnt have the output on the radio for aux, and they have to reprogram it or something .
mamut79 posted a topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)What is this all about exactly? Scanner says something about air, fuel measuring device?
is it different on the outside or inside? I need a spare unit to open it up weld the center diff and replace my unit. im doing a RWD conversion next year and its hard to find a manual tranny transfer case.
Hey, would anybody know if a center transfer case on V6, V8 touaregs, cayennes is the same? Or is V6 different from V8. Also any difference in Manual vs. automatic?
nighttime test.... http://www.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoId=106921739
how much would you be willing to sell it for ?
its a manual transmission :P ... so NO ...ABS sensors are at the disc brakes, im keeping those :), so is PSM.
lol, what computing power? its all mechanical! its a VR6 model with literally no electronics. Theres nothing electronic in the drivetrain except for center differential. Which I would take apart , weld , to make it transfer 100% power to the rear wheels, and voila :). i understand people with SUV, 4 wheel this and that. I never had a 4 wheel drive car, most were RWD, and i loved them in the snow, rain, etc....
love the diagram :) ...anymore inputs? any drivetrain professionals? ...basically my plan is to make my cayenne a RWD car...so before i start looking for a spare center diff., to open it up and start welding, i was thinking if i could simply remove the front cardan with front axles. I hate the feeling of heavyness , i hate the mis-coordination of front vs. rear wheels when switching gears fast. Its my first SUV, and it really first awkward :( Its a vr6 3.2 with manual tranny, thats what i wanted, but i never knew that extra 1500lbs+ ( vs.r32 or even b5 passat wagon vr6) would make it behave sooo heavily :(
Why is Porsche the one car maker to call a drive shaft a cardan shaft, wtf? isnt there enough words already to describe different parts in the car? Anyway, i will substitute cardan shaft for drive shaft, becasue that what it is essentially. Running down from powerplant ( engine) we have a transmission, and bolt the to transmission is the center differential. From that center differential you have 2 drive shafts transmitting the power to both fron and rear axles. My question is: if the front driveshaft from center differential to the front differential , is to be removed, broken , disconnected by any means, would the car still be able to go via just rear wheels? Please explain the answer if somebody knows it exactly. All i could find out is that central differential is a planetary differential with 33/67 split, meaning front wheels get 33% of the power and rear gets 67%.
there are two shafts after center differential... front that connects with front axles and rear that connects with rear axles....if front shaft fails or is disconnects, will cayenne still go via rear wheels?
when the front shaft goes, the rear wont work ?