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  1. Thank you very much for the info angusc and quick response and especially the diagrams Loren.
  2. Hi all, Ive got a fault with the electric parking brake on my 2005 cayenne s 3.2 automatic. The pull switch for the parking brake appears to do nothing, Ive had the problem a while, so have avoided using it. The mot is due in may and so i have found sometime to sort it out, along with a few other issues ive sorted already. A few days ago i went to fuel the beast up and pulled the brake switch, sods law - activated to engage. however there was little to no reistance when i drove off with it still on, it wouldnt deactivate off the switch. After a few miles however, it did releas
  3. Hi all... While, looking behind the boot panels and cubbyholes above the rear wheel arches on my cayenne i stumbled across this connector block not attached to anything. Its located just on the right as you face into the boot. UK 06 plate, S It has three pins, which with a basic bulb tester seem to be; 1 remote live off the pcm2 head unit or maybe off the ignition ( I just thought of but haven't checked), 1 constant live and 1 ground. the other positions in the connector block are not occupied. Im thinking it might be for a CD changer that the previous owner may have removed or maybe
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