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    Porsche Cayenne 2006 Titanium
  1. Nice job, great DIY. I have to do this job but I will also replace the starter no matter its condition, just a safety precaution.
  2. There is an arrow showing where to turn the tool then just slide the headlight out.
  3. I own a Cayenne S 2006 Titanium Edition, in Sep 2011 I have installed the Vertex Cardan Support. So far so good. They use silicon cushions which last more than the original rubber and if for any reason this silicon rubber fail you can replace them. The change original cardan for a new one will give you 40000 miles more and then the same problem. You can have Vertex support installed by them (which I did, I live in orlando Fl) or you can install yourself, they have an illustrated tutorial, I you have basic skills and basic tools you can do it.
  4. I have the same sound, Cayenne S 06 Titanium, Vertex Miami told me that is the transfer wearing down because a light oil Porsche use. They repair for $ 2100 and replace with a heavier oil. I don't know if is truth or not, I don't even trust Porsche guys!!!!!
  5. I own a Cayenne S Titanium Edition 2006 with 60000 miles on it. About 2 month ago had the issue with the drive shaft bearing support and had that horrible vibration under the car. Porsche wanted to change the drive shaft for $ 1600. The problem is even the new one is going to fail in the next 40 to 60000 miles. Vertex sells the refurbished one for $ 399 included the $ 250 for your old one but the problem is the same.So I took the 250 miles from Orlando to Miami and had the support bearing they offer. It cost me arounf $ 700 with instalation and it took 30 minutes to have the job done. Now my Cayenne runs grate and I really enjoy the trip back to Orlando. They offer 1 year warranty. So far every thing O.K.
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