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About gllever

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  • Birthday 03/02/1939

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    Male
  • Interests
    Trap,Skeet & sporting clays

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    kingston,wa,usa
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  • Present cars
    two cayenne s ,one black , one white

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  1. The Vertex bearing support mount is available from Amazon for less than $400.00 .I recently installed the support and could not be happier , It is by far easer than replacing the whole drive shaft and appears to be better engineered. If you are not going to install it yourself ,I would have a mechanic to do it ,since I believe it is a better fix,
  2. I have both air boxes and air ducts for 2004 S I will give you free. I am in Kingston Wa.
  3. How come Porsche America can afford a $100 million new facility in Atlanta but not pay out what they owe use for replacing our coolant tubes. Has anyone received any money yet?
  4. This subject comes up every month with no practical solution, the expense and time to fix it is to great compared with the results . Unless you live in the Arctic, most of us with the problem just live with it. We have (3) 04 Cayennes in the family and all 3 have this intermittent problem.
  5. 1.Go to Pelicanparts.com 2.Then to TECH INFO (in the header) 3.Then to ENGINE 4.See REPAIR THE AIR-OIL SEPERATOR
  6. With the volt meter reading only 10 volts and the engine was running you might have an alternator problem.
  7. Go to Pelican Parts website and look under ( Cayenne) tech info, they have instructions with great pictures on how to repair your mirror. and many other repair items.
  8. I just did this job on my Cayenne . I would not do it for $360 for some one else, not a bad price.
  9. Had the same problem and FIX as carsen67. Some time you fix the problem by mistake with a complicated process , KISS.
  10. Got the 1217 error code on one of my 04s. Took the seat out and found the connector had been by passed, took the shrink fit off the fix and found a crimp joint repair. Cut it out and soldered the wires. No more error code. NO CRIMPS - SOLDER IT
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