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moisture in the connections / sensors. Have seen the same :) removal of the front or rear bumper and re-build the parking sensors, cleaning all the connections with electrical cleaner. Then come around and do mine :)
I find my fronts wear quicker than the rears. with the turning and all, the fronts should wear quicker. Sounds like someone has rotated them prior to your purchase.
OK Cheers guys, I'll plug the Durametric in and see if it has anything
Hi Loren, It's a 2004 Cayenne Turbo, No, these were taken from a REV program on the iPhone.
Loren, All, Need your help please guys, I had these two weird codes come up, then disappear They are :- P00CF P1A47 I didn't clear the codes, they just disappeared. Can someone advise what they are? Thanks Chris
Cheers guys, good to know.
Cheers bigbuzuki, Yes, after speaking to my OPC today, I've been advised that the breather valve (pictured) is a common problem, gets dirty, sticks open and can cause this. £78 from the dealer, so I'll change it out and see how it goes [/url]
Spent the afternoon under the front N/S corner of the 04 Cayenne Turbo, looking to replace the seals on the boost hoses and dump valve. When unclipping the bottom turbo hose from the intercooler, I was stunned to find at least 1/4 litre of oil pour out of the hose onto the floor. In all my years, I've never taken a hose off a turbo and seen that much oil. Has anyone else on here taken the hose off the bottom of the intercooler on the N/S (Drivers side US & Europe, Passenger side UK) and experenced it full of oil? I'm worried about the state of the oil seals on the N/S turbo. Is this a feature of the Cayenne's turbo design?? I replaced all of the seals on the hoses at the O/S earlier in the year, and the bottom hose was dry. This N/S hose is shaped differently, but should it collect 1/4 litre of oil like this? Thanks Chris
Turning off the PSM will automatically drop the car in first as soon as it drops below a certain speed or comes to a standstill. I know its not a Turbo S, and only a Turbo, but I have the same disappointment with off the line acceleration / soft launch, until the turbo's spool up. With PSM off, in manual, in first gear, my Turbo can be beaten off a standing start by a hot hatch and embarrassed until the Turbo's spin up. Once the Turbos are spinning, it's goodbye.
Chaps, I've recently replaced these, despite the 3 different part numbers, the items that came from my OPC were a different shape and did not fit. I eventually found them through my VW dealer, and they were exactly the same as the original part. part number is :- SB9 885 557 and its actually from a old B9 Passat. Good luck Chris
I've currently got this issue on my CTT. I'm assuming that it is the switch that is at fault.
Pictures would be good, yes please, Thanks Chris
put your nail between the edge of the green cap and the black connector and separate. Once the green cap is moved back, you will see a inner collar that grips onto the airbox tube. Using a flat bladed screwdriver, or small fingers, push the spung inner collar away from the airbox, into the connector. when you have pushed the inner collar in, pull on the hose and the connector will separate from the airbox tube. to put in on, just push the connector onto the tube coming off the airbox, then push the green cover over the sprung inner collar. The inner collar grips the airbox tube.
Ultra, What was the outcome of your comparisons and did you ever get to the bottom of why you were only putting out 306HP at the wheels? Regards Chris
gbratk, What size tyres do you have on your 21" wheels? Do you have air suspension? Do you have any contact between the tyre and the arch liner? Do you have a picture? Does anyone else have any photos of Turbo II wheels on a 955 Cayenne? Thanks Chris