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    Porsche Cayenne Turbo
    Chevrolet SSR
    Ford Explorer
  1. I have an '06 CTT the mileage in town [ i.e. stop and go driving ] is around 12 mpg. Highway has been as high as 19.5 mpg. If I keep my foot out of it I can usually average around 14 mpg in town . Not bad imo considering my '02 Explorer Sporttrac 4X4 6 cyl. gets 14mpg town and 18mpg hwy
  2. Had to sign up . As a new member of the Porsche family I have already gotten way more than my money's worth.
  3. Thanks After rechecking all the pressures and re-inputting the tyre info everything is working fine , at least so far
  4. Hi all I just purchased a 2006 Cayenne Turbo { big grin } I love it it is beautiful. Trying to learn more about the vehicle. New tires were installed before I brought it home. The previous owner said the tire pressure monitor had to learn the system. I have driven over 200 miles and the tire pressure monitor is still not working properly. How long is it supposed to take or is there something else that needs to be done? Thankyou this is a great forum.
  5. I recently bought a 2006 Cayenne Turbo from out of state . New tires were installed before I bought it and now the message center continues to chime and shows the tires as being low or flat. I contacted the dealer and they told me the car has to relearn the tires and the message will eventually go off. I have driven about 500 miles and the message is still there. Anyone know if there is a simple reset to repair this? Thanks ahead of time for anyone's help.
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