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    Green Bay, WI, USA
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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2003 Boxster
    2009 Cayenne
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    Any Porsche...
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    1972 VW Beetle
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    1984 Chrysler Laser Turbo
    1989 Dodge Daytona CS
  1. Sorry if this has been posted before but I have not found a post on this specific issue. I recently had one of my top tension cables break again. These are the single cables on each side of the top that hold tension on it when it's closed and give it a good shape when the top is closed. Not wanting to spend $60 to replace a single broken cable I decided to attempt a repair. So far the results are looking good. The total length of the cable, not including the ends, is 9 inches. There is 8 inches of exposed cable and 1/2 inch inside each ball connector. The cable thickness is approxima
  2. So the other day I was driving an noticed that my engine didn't seem right but it was nothing I could put my finger on. Later when I started it, it was "chugging" very badly but ran fine at higher RPM. When I got home I plugged in my Durmetric and pulled a P0020 Fault Code: "B Camshaft position-system performance bank 1 No signal/communication, test conditions not completed, fault is currently active and causing a DTC light" I cleared the code and started the engine and it ran better but a subsequent scan showed a P0023 code: "Crankshaft-camshaft position correlation bank 1 senso
  3. I'd be interested in how you did it through your Durametric. I was just working with mine today to see if there was a way to do it. I'll start looking again tomorrow, PM me if you have any tips. Thanks Shaun
  4. Thanks. The diagram really didn't help much. I was hoping for a relay so I can mod it like I did on my 986. I live in the country and having the ability to keep the fog lights on with high beams really helps this time of the year when the deer are moving at night. The extra light in the ditches will pick them up better than just the high beams.
  5. So has anyone found the location for the fog light relay yet on a Cayenne? I have checked everywhere I can think of and still no joy. I have an '09 Base but I would assume they wouldn't have changed the location too much between years.
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