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  1. All the tires are the same size, it initially went in with a TCM rough road fault - earth fault or module fault!!! They have had my car for 8 weeks! I personally phoned Porsche Glasgow and that's what the after sales manager was saying about n rated tires. I have had various sports cars ie m3 etc and they really need good tires and used different makes and all was fine. If it was really snowy and I changed to snow tires/wheels they are basically saying that I would need to go back to Porsche once snow has cleared to get light put out!!! Alot of **** I think!!! I feel I am stck in a rut
  2. alright all, Engine management light? Can not having N rated tires send a roug signal to the car as the Porsche dealer says they can??? Can this be the case, 20" wheels. I thought a tire was a tire? Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks
  3. Sorry I am new to the whole 4x4 business.. It is the factory detachable hitch. So pulling 3 motox bikes on a trailer will be a breeze then for cayenne s? I knoew that thing could tow the titanic if it had to but just wasnt to sure about tongue weights etc. Thanks again
  4. I know the vehicle can tow heavy weights. So what your saying is with that detachable tow bar that states max 150kg Thats all I can tow on that hitch? that aint much???
  5. Alright guys just a small easy question if any off u know, I have a detachable towbar on my my cayenne s and it states 'max 150kg' is that the max tow weight or max horizontal weight pushing down on tow ball? If 150kg is max tow weight that won't be able to pull much, Thanks again
  6. Thanks again guys for the quick feedback and glad i found this site. Hopefully this is only a software issue as the car drives fine. Fingers crossed a big repair bill is not coming my way as this car is newish to me and want to enjoy the porsche experience without always going to the garage.
  7. thanks for the prompt reply, it was at a local garage his diagnostic machine doesnt have porsche settings in the menu on the computer, but did reset it and give me the code P0864 TCM communication circuit range performance. Might need to try another garage to connect a different diagnostic machine into it? Does TCM circuit range performance mean anything to you? Also the 3 lights are on continuous for the terrain settings? thanks again Neil
  8. Alright Guys, Just recently came over to the porsche side of the world. I have a porsche cayenne s 2003, the engine management light is on but not flashing, had it reset and was fine all day until the car was started the next day. The code that is showing is P0864 TCM communication circuit range performance, Does any one know what the cause of the problem is or any pointers would be gratefully appreciated? Also all 3 lights are also on next to the rocker control for Onroad/Offroad is this normal? Thanks again Neil
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