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    2005 Cayenne S
  1. I have a 2005 S and it has the same problem. I hear the kazoo only when I start the car cold. Once it is warm it doesn't do it. I'm also interested in a DIY if it is not too difficult.
  2. Hello, I need your help finding the part number or a place to buy the steering rack bushing. I have a 2005 cayenne S with 22 inch rims. My indy mechanic believes the control arms and steering rack bushing needs replacement. 2 tires are not wearing evenly. He believes that a bigger rim than the standard 19" may be aggravating the suspension. He can find the whole steering rack, but not the bushing by itself. The vehicle only has 63000 miles on it. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
  3. Hello, took my 2005 Cayenne to the mechanic due to tires not uniform wear. They said I need new control arms and replace the steering bushing. We can't find the part number for just the steering bushing. So I need help locating the part or where can I buy it, I just don't want to buy a new steering rack when just the bushing needs replacement. The SUV only has 63000 miles on it. Thanks for your response.
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