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ekstroemtj

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  1. Hi. I am interested if you feel a big difference in comfort now after lowering? Which wheel size you have on the car? Any pictures from before and after? Thank you. Tom
  2. Hi. Dont know if i can help you but your story sounds like the same strange problem o had some month ago. After changing coils and plugs for new ones the car behaved like yours. Sometimes running fine, sometimes not. I called Porsche. No idea. What i did: changed all plugs again and bought new battery which is under the seat. Since that time no problem at all.
  3. There is a flap on the end of the tube on engine / firewall side. So nothing should come inside the tube.
  4. Wow. I found the problem. Take out the carpet like described. Now i could see the entire mass. Like a small lake water everywhere. First i make this small hole into the plug to let the water go away. I disconnected and take out the ac drain tube to inspect. And you are right. Not enough to see if its free. It was not very well connected into the firewall. That caused the water. After putting everything together i ran the car with ac for a while and...... Thanks god water was nicely going to the street outside. I take lots of pics but i dont know how to get it into this page with iphone. Th
  5. The drain hose itself might be damage and leaking water into the cabin, you must inspect it carefully. I inspect it. Take it away from housing. Looking for damages. Nothing. Everything looks fine.
  6. Thank you for the detailed report. Could you please explain an easy way to take away the carpet? I have the same flooding problem in the car. I cleared the ac drain because i thought its the reason. But it was open. Today driving a few miles with ac switch on and again wet like crazy. Makes me really mad this story :-(
  7. I am living in germany and would like to try to help you. If there are some more people with the same problem, i would like to contact the company and ask for a discount if Possible
  8. I had exactly the same issue after I replaced my coils and plugs. Believe it or not, after disconnecting the battery for some time the car run fine again. I would give it a try.
  9. Hello Community, maybe somebody here who can help me. i am Thomas from Germany. My wifes Cayenne is going to drive me crazy. Car was running perfect. just in case and cause i didnt know when spark plugs were changed last time i did this work last weekend. changed all plugs and same time replaced all coils. easy DIY work. No any further work i did. i made a test drive. car was running perfect but engine control light came up. i left car on the street and did not drive again because i was affraid. did some research what it could be and found out possible to continue to drive if en
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