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Yes Toyota type 4 is fine i used it in cayennes For diffs go oem or vw touareq which same fluids
Could be this Top of the strut there is a rubber stoper Porsche Cayenne Shock and Strut Mounts & Hardware – CARiD.com WWW.CARID.COM Worn shock and strut mounts can be the source of noise, poor steering and tire wear. If your Porsche...
I purchased a new O-ring now and the problem is resolved. thanks all.
I will open and inpect on Friday. I hope new oring well resolve it is tighteing it fully ok or should right it to spec only
my cayenne developed a leak in the oil filter housing so i replaced the plastic part with a new one par number 94810702200 green oring. now it's leaking again wher he plastic and the aluminum meet should I replace oring again ? any advice?
redzero replied to redzero's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)just saw a nice video in YouTube can a leak like this cause zero boost
hi all. after a night of wot I suddenly lost boost I have zero boost with this faults p1248 , P0299 , P1080 2008 cayenne turbo if I clear the codes p1248 shows then the rest show up later when I drive I changed both diverter valves one was not sealing I changed driver side turbo to intercooler Oring 3oz of oil still no boost ?
if its not stalling during warm up it means all fuel pluming is fine disconnect mafs and start the car please reply back
redzero replied to jlim80's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)did you solve the problem I got the same code fault code is P1248 (Basic boost pressure adaption) 08CTT
v6 cayenne use vw engines first thing to check would be plugs and coils. second fuel pump pressure and output all off the above would trigger all kind of sensors to give fault code clean the maf after this clear the codes and report back good luck
thank you for the information yes its hard to find a ctt in Bahrain with pdcc. the ones for sale didn't have it still looking
Dear all I am planning to upgrade from 2006 cayenne S white to 2008 Turbo metallic blue I there any thing I have to worry about or should I go ahead ? only because its a turbo any input is welcome one more question I noticed the 957 turbo intake is different from the CS and gts ?
ebay or junkyards for a start Good luck. http://www.ebay.com/itm/05-PORSCHE-CAYENNE-CENTER-CONSOLE-SHIFTER-SHIFT-WOOD-TRIM-PANEL-7L5863324-18955-/231365188604?hash=item35de709bfc&vxp=mtr http://www.ebay.com/itm/Porsche-Cayenne-centre-console-/121519108440?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item1c4b1a7158http://www.ebay.com/itm/Porsche-Cayenne-centre-console-/121519108440?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item1c4b1a7158
use good quality electrical tape and it should work
inspect cv joints and to extend cv axel life some people will change the grease and new boots every 3 years specially dusty areas or rainy areas and some time cv axel just fail clunk or grind just like wheel bearing and other type off bearings you can get really good used axels on ebay or junkyards . q7 and touareg axles should fit as well