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    2004 Porsche Cayenne
  1. Thx. Will you please check on the torque spec? alldatadiy shows 60nm (44 ft lbs).
  2. Did tightening of the tensioner fixed the problem? What do you need to remove to access it? Thx for any tips. I ran into similar issue earlier this week.
  3. I talked to the distributor and they mentioned that folks are having success with these units. Also, accepts rear view camera input and no dahs kit is required. TV option is only valid for EU and won't work for the US but I don't care about that option. Anything that gives touch screen with Bluetooth and decent fit is a winner over PCM 2.0.
  4. That makes total sense. Thanks for helping me getting this resolved. Wish the manual was clearer....
  5. I called the independent shop and they mentioned similar logic. You mentioned that you have this option available. Can you please check if you have an "Auto" setting for the headlight knob? If yes, does it relate to any special options or packages on the vehicle. I can't figure out what package or option would have added headlight hardware to enable "Auto" setting. Thanks for your help.
  6. I read through the link that you had posted and as you have posted above, it is worth looking at the software update. I don't have an auto option on the headlight knob and didn't think that it was an option. Do you have this option on the knob? I am going to call couple of independent shops around here to see if they have PIWIS. In the mean time, l am looking into ordering Durametric (either the real one or the china version that you provided the link to). Thanks for the help.
  7. I would be interested in it too and see if I can also double the output of my Turbo to 1000 hp :)
  8. I don't see "Lights" in the Setting Menu on my vehicle and have no clue why it would be missing. That's the mystery that I am trying to solve.
  9. I don't see the option. Do you mind posting the date that your vehicle was made (it should be on the door sill)? Also, do you have any special options that may relate to "comfort" or "lighting"? I am trying to figure out why I don't have the option and if it was due to late addition in 2004 year or came with a special package instead of being standard? thanks for your help.
  10. I am referring to the option to keep the headlights on when the vehicle is locked but not sure if this was a standard option on Turbo or was it added later on in 2004 or did it come with a package. The manual does not indicate this and shows "Lights" as one of the option in the Settings menu (below Comfort and above Units). The text from manual: MAIN MENU > SETTINGS > LIGHTS You can set the duration the headlights remain on after the vehicle is locked. Select OFF DELAY with the rocket switch.... ....
  11. I have a 2004 Cayenne Turbo and I was reading through the user manual and saw that Setting menu should have an option to set delay for keeping headlights on after turning off the ignition. I didn't see any options for lights. Was this option available only partially in 2004? Thanks for any insights.
  12. I have a 2004 Cayenne Turbo and I was reading through the user manual and saw that Setting menu should have an option to set delay for keeping headlights on after turning off the ignition. I didn't see any options for lights. Was this option available only partially in 2004? Thanks for any insights.
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