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  1. You do need to remove the trim on the Cayenne. Use a small screwdriver and carefully pry around trim until it pops off. Next I unscrewed the temp module just slightly to give more freedom of movement. Then I used a collar stay to act like the becker tool to remove the radio.
  2. You must remove the radio (pry off trim around radio / centre console), and back off on the screws on the temp control unit, then remove the radio screws. The dummy storage unit slided up under the radio...comes out easy....but then you will have a hole....
  3. I placed my order also...but I have also heard that the facelift may be delayed....cannot get a straight answer.
  4. For those that are looking to install Bluetooth into their Cayenne with the CDR-23 or the PCM, it is an easy install. If you contact Becker USA in NJ you can order the phone install wire harness. It will have two inputs for the radio. One is the mute wire that will tell the radio to mute, the other is a audio input that will play the phone audio through one of the front speakers. My Motorola Bluetooth kit had an external speaker that I cut the wire, and spliced on the wire from the Becker kit. The only other thing you have to do is to programme the radio (in the manual) for phone use. I put
  5. I installed the XM Commander unit using the right fuse panel also. I did use the FM modulator kit that came with it and workes great. I also installed a Motorola BlueTooth kit and bought from Becker (The radio mfg) the phone cable. This includes the radio mute wire, and the telephone adio input. I cut the wire from the speacker included in the Motorola kit and added the wire from the Becker kit. You then need to programme the radio for phone (from the user manual) and it works 100%.
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