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  1. That is true, but there appears a bit more traffic here and thought the request for info would pass by someone faster. Thanks for your guidance though.
  2. Folks the 2013 base V6 calipers are different than what has been commonly seen here. They need to be removed to replace the pads front and back. There is no single retaining pin holding the pads in place for removal through the opening in the top of the caliper. Would love to know the torque values for MY 2013 base brake job. In fact a tutorial would be terrific if anyone has tackled the job yet. Not sure if the MY13 base calipers are the same back to the 2011 face lift. All input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Doug
  3. "Hello, I am new to Porsche and to this forum. Have been a member of the Rennlist for while as I get ready to build a 2013 Cayenne. I noticed that you indicated that you have maintenance information about the Cayenne and wanted to know if there is a manual that can be purchased for the shade tree mechanic? simple things that I have been doing my whole life on American and Japanese cars: oil changes, trans fluid changes, brakes, diff fluid changes etc. I want to continue to do these things with my new toy and just want to have the right guidance and instructions. thanks Doug Becker"
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