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  1. Hi Rick. Sure somebody has touched the discs. . The car is a 2005 Cayenne Turbo S with 500 PS. These are not the original Discs anymore. I will get some new brake discs and report how the other side is going to look
  2. Thank you for your attention. I will buy a new set of brake discs with all assembly
  3. It’s not completely separated because some fasteners are still in place but 3 are missing / destroyed. I will try to post a picture.
  4. Very scary thing happens to me this night. On the highway i hear a strange noise . Stopped the car .what I saw made me feel a bit scary . The turbo s with his bigger brakes has a mounted socket on the brake discs. It’s connected with a handful of special screws some of the screws Are destroyed and the socket is not fitted to the brake disc anymore. Unbelievable. could somebody provide me with the part number of the screws . Thank you very much . .
  5. I am not a professional but o guess there is a leak somewhere. Many times with higher temperatures it feels more and more. To find a leak is difficult. But before hunting for leak take a look at the MAF . If possible Clean them
  6. Sorry stupid question. Leak you should hear also when the engine is running. Could you locate the source of the noise? From where it’s coming? Definitely not a common issue
  7. Sounds strange. Are there any problems with the engine? Running well? Just to rule out a leak somewhere
  8. Hi ! Thank you for your idea. I did already 1000 km. Most highway. Still the same. I will check on weekend . I am thinking to drain the system completely and do a refill With my vacuum filling system. I hope it works. Getting cold now here
  9. Ok . I understand difficult to locate this kind of problem. maybe somebody is able to tell me the location of the heating control wave. its in the engine bay close to the firewall or somewhere under the dash in the passenger side footwell. Thank you so much
  10. Hallo everybody! Recently I had to change all water hoses at the backside of the engine , including the T hose which is a very difficult work. Shop did it. Same time water pump was replaced New coolant. and now, no warm / hot air is coming from the blower. What it could be. I have already asked the mechanic. He told me during test drive it worked well. i checked codes, nothing checked coolant level, ok any help is welcome
  11. Can I jump in here please with a related question. When oil is topped off at the right level, after closing the hood, the oil warning light should disappear. But with me it doesn’t. Which sensor / harness is responsible for this issue? Thank you
  12. Recently happens to me. Out of nowhere the dash alarm for coolant appears. For me looks like the car lost almost entire coolant within some km. I try to fix it. For me no way. To tide there . Second , all these tubes there already 10 years old. Next accident is imminent. I let them change all on the backside. Because I was driving some km with very low coolant, water pump is gone. I ended up with 1200eur. Intake has to be removed
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