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About layzie12g

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  1. Perfect. Thats pretty much everything I needed to know. I work for a European repair shop in Seattle, but we only have a few customers with Cayennes and none of them are turbo vehicles. I'd probably be looking at getting a 2005. I really want to stay away from air suspension. Its a constant worry, but I know that Arnott has developed cheap solutions for just about all air suspension vechicles.
  2. I currently have a 2003 Mercedes CL55, and am looking to get a Cayenne Turbo. From my knowledge the common problem with these cars seem to be the coolant pipes under the intake manifold as well as the T's at the rear of the engine. To me these are not too big of a deal. My questions are 1. Do these use traditional springs and shocks? I'm tired of dealing with cars with hydraulic/air suspension componets. 2. Has any one had issues with trasmission/engine failure? 3. What are the other common issues?
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