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Hi all, I just got the 2015 Panamera GTS love the car however not so much for the audio system it came with. Mine is a basic audio system. It would be nice if I can turn it into at least a Bose or even better a Burmester sound system. Does anyone have any idea if this can be done and what process involve in doing that? Thanks!
Hi MrFlip, Thanks for the reply I will look at that asap!
My CEL pop up on my Cayenne. I then ran the Durametric and it found 3 codes and not quite sure where to start can anyone help me with this? 1) P0056: HO2S heater control circuit bank 2 sensor 2 no signal/communication 2) P0421 Invalid data received from suspension control module. Upper limit value exceeded 3) P1248 Basic boost pressure adaption. Upper limit value exceeded
Thank you very much! :thumbup:
I came home today and was very excited seeing a gift box from Porsche USA and was wondering any of you guys out there got one similar? I really love this gift especially it is my birthday :thumbup: . Here are the pictures of the item.
Good luck with your install!!!
If you run into any problem let me know and I will do what I can. Good luck!
Thanks! Here are the parts you would need from Ebay 1) the controller: http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-popular-controller-of-Led-daytime-running-lights-DRL-auto-ON-and-delay-OFF-/291485890929?hash=item43dde9b971 2) The LED light: http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-X-White-9-Bright-LEDS-Daytime-Running-Light-Waterproof-DRL-Auto-Fog-Lamps-/391048902830?hash=item5b0c54b8ae I mount the light to the existing slot underneath the front bumper signal light using 3M double sided tape and guide the wire toward the engine bay. From there continue guiding the wire toward the driver side of the car. From there I tap the electrical wire to the controller and on the other end of the controller to the vehicle power supply located inside the engine bay. The power supply I tap to is where you normally jump the vehicle with when the battery were low. The LED light will come on automatically when the engine is running and will shut off automatically after approximate 15 seconds after you turn the vehicle off. Hope it all makes sense and good luck with your install.
I recently did a daytime running light on my 957 CTTS. Cost no more than $50 and very easy to install. See what you guys think?
I thought we can not staggered our Cayenne since they are four wheel drive?
I have an 09' CTS with the factory backup camera installed. All of a sudden the camera would not pop out any longer. I took it to the dealer and they informed me that the internal component, the one that pop the camera out were busted because it seems that the outside housing had sustained a little bump sometime in the past. They quoted me $1,200 to replace the camera. I was wondering if someone might have the same experience might help me out with this? If so is this a job for a diy if I can buy the camera from the dealer. Does anyone have any idea how I might be able to remove the camera and take a good look of what is broken inside? Thanks in advance for all of your input!!!