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Would the Kenwood unit work with the OEM backup camera? Also, if I had a MOST-HUR adapter, but wanted to go with a Pioneer AVIC series head unit, I could do so, right? I just would lose the steering wheel controls?
I decided to get it done this week. Just picked it up from the shop. It's nice not having to worry about that anymore.
I ordered the kit. I'm going to get it done in the next few weeks.
What I'm curious about are the people that have proactively got the coolant lines replaced? My thinking is that if it's going to happen eventually, I'd rather get it done proactively, rather than waiting for it to happen and then potentially cause other problems indirectly (e.g. starter). I only have 27k miles on my 2006 Turbo S, but I'm not sure if its a matter of miles or age for the coolant lines to go. At this point, I'm more inclined to just bite the bullet and proactively get the job done. What are your thoughts?
I'm looking to pick up some winter tires (20"). Any reason why 265/50/20 wouldn't fit a 2006 Turbo S w/sport techno wheels?
lnferno replied to bimjim's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Does it sound like a dentist drill? If so, sounds like one of the turbos may be on its way out.