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About Antti66ht

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    Tampere, Finland
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    Porsche Cayenne S 2004
    Ford Mustang -66
  1. Hello fellow Porsche enthusiasts, I have a strange problem with my 2004 Cayenne S clock. Every time I stop and restart the car, the time shows exactly same. If i adjust the time, it will continue counting time normally, but is I stop, and restart the motor, it goes to same time as it was adjusted... Any suggestions why is this? Annoying.
  2. Well, checked the coolant level the other day, the level was low. It was very suprising for me that the color is yellowish. Porsche special liquid? I still cannot find any leaks. Will have to take apart the plastics around the tank. I have read here about somebody having leaks close to tank, or the tank itself. I do not wan't to take it to local Porsche, for examination. I am planning to have the coolant pipes changed, but I am a bit nervous about taking it to local shop here in Zaeagoza, Spain, as a foreigner. I work with Spanish sub contractors... Nice people, it is just the culture diffe
  3. I have not checked the level of coolant, no smell of coolant occurs at all. Will check today. No signs of overheating the motor at least. I will continue my studies and keep updating here, if I find something... Just came to my mind, that former owner could have started filling the system with water... hopefully not. ( At least it would not ruin the seals of transmission. )
  4. HI fellas, been a while, was on holidaym enjoying Sunny copacabana beach... Back to business. After the holiday, battery was dead, no driving for 3,5 weeks (Quite normal) After some 600km of highway cruising to Barcelona nd back, should be ok. Well see. Jump started without any problems. No allergic reactions from Seat Leon (Spanish VW golf). After lifting the suspension to highest position, removed the bottom cover. My friend was turning the wheels, engine running, while I was inspectiing under the car. Could not find any leaks, which is not nice. Would like to know what is it, so I cou
  5. thanks for your fast reply, nice to know there are not typical leaks on front differentials. I have read everything on the cardan issues, plenty of info here. Will get an offer from local Porche shop and then decide if I order the piece and do it my self. I have built my -66 Mustang from a scrap but Cayenne is new ground for me. Thanks again, will keep you posted when I dig deeper. Antti
  6. Hello to all, First i would like to introduce myself, and say how great forum you area running here :) I am a Finnish paper tech engineer, now supervising powerplants building. Paper production is in recession in Europe so changed my focus a bit. I live abroad 95% of my time. Right now I'm in Spain, Zaragoza. Been thinking of buying a Cayenne for a while, and while being in Spain, noticed they are not expensive here, and plenty of availability. I was a bit leary of trusting Spanish "manhaña" attitude on the maintenance but decided to purchace 2004 S cayenne, which is loaded and impecable in
  7. New Porsche Cayenne S -04 owner. Been luring here a bit before bought. I was a but weary of purchasing due to being affraid of high maintenance costs, but here I found out that these cars are also made by common people! ;) thanks everybody!

    Antti

  8. Hi Loren,

    New Cayenne owner from Finland (at the moment in Spain). I have already found your site very usefull, even though I bought my Cayenne S -04 just last weeks wednesday.

    Thanks,

    Antti Nieminen, Finland

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