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Peter Villalon

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About Peter Villalon

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  • Birthday 07/14/1984

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    Learning what I can to fix/maintain my car.

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    Chino, CA
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    2006 Porsche Cayenne

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  1. I replaced mine with a rebuilt from Colorado Drive Shaft about 8 months ago and haven't had any issues. Purchased it for 500 including core deposit. Once I returned mine they gave me 100 dollars back.
  2. Hello, I just got my Durametric kit and I am not too familiar (working on it :-D) with the fault codes. I did some digging and I believe fault code 459:PCM2 is due to the after market Kenwood navigation system installed. The steering wheel buttons of course do not work with the after market navigation system. However, if someone could please let me know on the remaining fault codes that would be much appreciated. I was considering just clearing everything and checking the codes again after a day or two. SHORT TEST Instrument Cluster for Cayenne Current Fault Codes 1299: Gateway - No
  3. NVM, I think I found it. From the diagram looks like the one I need to buy is 955 307 171 00 Oil Pipe Supply.
  4. Is this the PDF your talking about? If so, I went to page 145 and has a diagram of a wiring harness. If its not, I can PM you so I can grab the correct one. Thanks! http://www.porsche.com/all/media/pdf/originalparts/en/E_9PA_KATALOG.pdf
  5. On the last pic you can see where that round metal piece on the frame was rubbing against the aluminum pipe and punctured it. I wiped it clean and after 5 to 10 min a few drops were noticeable (Purple/Redish liquid).
  6. Ok I found where it is coming from and it looks like it is a coolant leak. I don't know what this part is exactly but if someone could shed some light and a part number that would be great (I assume the number on the part 7LO.317.027.A) but could not find it through google. Also, is there something i can put temporarily like "for a lack of a better work" duck tape. So, the cause is there was no bolt holding this piece to what seems to be the radiator as support. Since it was loose it was rubbing and banging on a metal frame and must have punctured the top line. The line punctured is the -&
  7. Would this be the line that that goes back and forth? It's the line I found that has the most fluid all over it. Either way I will be checking to see if its oil or coolant when I get home. If its not the line can any give me a pic of where the line would be located on a 06 cayenne v6. Thanks again for the help hahnmgh63! Forgot to mention, that same line in this pic seems a little loose. I can wiggle it and im not too sure if that means its broken or not fitted correctly.
  8. Watch "06 cayenne v6 leaking fluid" on YouTube 06 cayenne v6 leaking fluid: http://youtu.be/CH-uW0fylIA
  9. I didn't see any fluid from the top. I'm uploading a video on youtube. Once its done I'll share it.
  10. Sorry yes its a 2006 Cayenne V6. Can you tell where the resevour is located, maybe a picture. I'm still getting familiar with this car. Thanks!
  11. Hey Everyone, I just noticed my car leaking some liquid that doesn't look like its motor oil as it not coming from the filter or oil pan. It's more to the the passenger side and from the front differential i think but i might be wrong. I took a couple pictures one from the pan that is full of purple oil and from a small hose that looks like it might be leaking from there but I'm not 100% sure. Has anyone experienced this or could point me to what is causing this and a fix. Thanks!
  12. V6 don't have to touch the exhaust. I just replaced mine. 80k miles is all mine could handle. I was really surprised that the previous owner had the mount replaced with one similar to vertex and it still gave out.
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