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looney339

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  1. It's actually the turbo ventilation line part # 948 107 214 51
  2. Hey, I'm trying to find the part number for a breather line I accidentally broke trying to install the belt. The numbers on the part are rss-de>pa12< And after I google search I got a vw part number 06A 131 127L. Does anyone know what the porsche part number is it? I keep getting different photos of what the rest of the hose might look like. I only have the piece that broke off and I don't know what the rest of the part looks like. It's more towards the front of the engine and it seems to run along side the drivers side. I took the best picture I could in that tight space of where its located and the actual piece that broke off. Please help, it's leaking anti freeze and I cant drive it without this piece. Thanks!
  3. It's more towards the front of the engine and it seems to run along side the drivers side. I took the best pic I could in that tight space of where its located and the actual piece that broke off. Thanks!
  4. Hey, I'm trying to find the part number for a breather line I accidentally broke trying to install the belt. The numbers on the part are rss-de>pa12< And after I google search I got a vw part number 06A 131 127L. Does anyone know what the porsche part number is it? I keep getting different photos of what the rest of the hose might look like. I only have the piece that broke off and I don't know what the rest of the part looks like. Please help!
  5. Hey Loren, would you also know the part number to the two screws that connect #4 to #2? Thank you!
  6. Hello Everyone, I was wondering if anybody knew the part number to the left side pressure pipe that is connected to the t-pipe. I have the photo of its location but cant find the part number. In the diagram it is #4. Please help! I cracked mine and it is causing my PSM to come up faulty. Thank you!!!
  7. Hi Loren, in your third post you referred to #9. Can you please tell me the parts number to that torx screw? Thank you
  8. Thanks for the advice. I took off the whole side paneling in the back and found the power plug for the cd changer but not the fiber optic cable. I think it'll be too much effort to look through the entire MOST loop. I think I'll try to find an auxiliary cable or ipod connection and go that way instead. Thanks again, I'll be taking your advice and hooking it up to a piwis to clear that.
  9. I currently have a 2004 CTT and every time I start my car, on my PCM I get "system error CD changer not available". I have the CDC option available on my car but I don't have a CD changer. I don't know if the person who owned it before me took it out or never had it. I was wondering, is there anyway to take this error message off? I'm not interested in getting a CD changer, but would love to get this error code taken off. Thanks for the help!
  10. Hi, I have a 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo. After buying the car, I kept getting a error message of "error CD changer not available". I ordered a CD changer from eBay and figured that I could hook it up and be able to get rid of the error message. I have the Bose package with an amplifier, but only one fiber optic cable which is currently going to the amplifier. I took off the entire panel thinking that since it had the error message and CD changer bracket it would have to be in there somewhere, but to no avail. Is there anyway I could use a splitter for the fiber optic cable or even splice into the wires and try to run both off the same cable? Please help! I haven't even put everything back together in fear that I'll have to take it all off again. Thanks!!! P.S. Any link to where I can get the cables I need would be greatly appreciated
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