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  • Present cars
    04 Cayenne Turbo
  • Future cars
    Bugatti
  • Former cars
    740 . M3 , 645CI
  1. Hi, I have a white 04 Cayenne turbo, I have a button on the door and read that if I walk up to the car with the key in hand, It should open doors if I press the button on the handle. But my car does not do that. Anyway I can troubleshoot to figure out what the issue is with it. Another question off this subject, I was woundering what I can use to get the white stains out of the brushed metal sides by the door. Its starting to bother me. Thank you very much!
  2. **** porsche and theirr **** plastic hoses, got a 04 turbo with 75k, 2 days after I buy it the hoses burst on mine, had it replaced, (at this point the car was getting fixed more than I owned it) the antifreeze apparently leaked on the bell housing of the tranny and ate through a gasket or a seal. Needed to replace a $75 seal 10 hours of labor more or lesss. FML Sorry about the rant, just had to get something off my chest. In my previous thread someone said, we are not porsche owners, we are porsche caretakers. Time to get a lexus and live headache free. Once again sorry bout the rant, Feel free to flame I put my suit on.
  3. Thank you very much clutch - N - Throttle. I am glad to hear that. I stil am very disappointed and in disbelieve. I will try and attack the problem as soon as possible. Thank you again. That car is in a tow only state I cant drive it to the shop right? The shop is about 10 miles away.
  4. Yes He works for Porsche he is very familiar with them. I might be cutting it short, maybe 30 minutes. Didn't seem long he reached behind the engine and slid the part in.
  5. I just had a mechanic fix my car after the car dumped antifreeze all over the ground. I didn't drive the car after that issue until it was repaired. After getting the car back for 3 days I have been driving it around actively, without any problems. The mechanic did not install the "breather pipe" that runs from the back of the engine, and connects to the front. It goes on top of the engine, its a plastic T shaped hose. Today he came to install it. After installing it witch took about 15 minutes. We took the car for a test drive around the block. When we pulled back up and looked at another Issues I was possibly having, A knock at the front right of the car, We noticed about a cup or two worth of trans fluid that poured out of the back of the engine block. We both checked any other hoses in that area of the engine and my mechanic said it was probably a seal on the transmission that was leaking. I am in utter shock because I just purchased this car a week ago and have been having one big issue after another. I would appreciate any feedback at all, I need to get some sanity in because I've never experienced such problems with a car before. Thank you
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