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  1. See this link: http://www.renntech.org/forums/files/category/83-cayenne/ apparently the link is no longer available? Would like to get the document if possible. Thanks
  2. bigbuzukiAppreciate the simple and effective approach - actuator works fine... wvicaryAppears the latch was loose for awhile. Not obvious where the latch was originally positioned. Have yet to hit the magical spot through multiple placements trying to position it properly How likely is the latch to fail ??
  3. Removed the entire panel where the spring loaded cover is attached. Found the latch itself was loose. Would the position of the latch have anything to do with the actuator function?
  4. Any idea how to replace the actuator lock on the rear tailgate/lid/trunk/hatch? Part number 15 on the diagram below. The actuator used to automatically engage each time the rear lid/truck/hatch was closed. Now when the lid is closed, the tailgate fault shows on the instrument panel. The actuator does not initiate. Rear tailgate does not appear open or ajar. No interior lights illuminated. From other posts found and confirmed all fuses and relays are functioning properly. Thanks in advance.
  5. Found the same problem a couple weeks ago while replacing the cornering lights... Simply wrapped the wires in electrical tape and re-installed the headlight assembly. Seemed to do the trick.
  6. any feedback on the problem? I'm chasing a similar noise... Thanks
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