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Just in case I removed the Kessy Control unit, checked the resistance of the 6 resistors and everything is fine there. So ordered the 2 keyless antennas for the Touareg today, will let you guys know if everything works once they arrive.
Thanks for the prompt reply Loren. Looks like I wil be needing the 955 647 102 00 outer antennas. I checked around and it looks like the Touareg and Phateon uses the same antennas. VW pn 3D0909133E, they come slightly cheaper.
Happy new year gents, My rear hatch kessy access stopped working, the PIWIS scan tool showed faults in the kessy antennas which are under the rear bumper. Would anyone be able to give me part numbers please, its a 2008, 957 Cayenne Turbo. Thanks! Oops, looks like I posted this one in the wrong section. Perhaps the mods can move it over pls.
One pipe is damaged in my AC system, and because of this there is a GAS leak and the AC is not working. The original part number is 95557372201 Perhaps there is any cheaper alternative? Can this pipe be made by some other company?
The drivers side door lock on my 957 TT is not giving contact anymore. The mechanical part functions well, the door opens and closes. The problem is when I open the door the interior light does not go on. Porsche service said that I can get locked out. They advised to replace the Front Door lock part no: 95553101508 together with the door lock rivet 90825801 The question is perhaps it is possible to repair this lock? What to check for.
My wheels are just getting repaired and repainted and we had to remove the pressure sensors and valve stems. Thinking if it's a good idea to place the old valve stems back? The valve stems have a gasket, they do look fine but I am afraid that they might leak when used again? Has anyone had any experience with this. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BMW-Audi-VW-Porsche-TPMS-Wheel-Valve-Stem-Assembly-Set-x4-590337-/251815724936?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&fits=Model%3ACayenne&hash=item3aa1630788
Still thinking how to get this thing out...
Thanks. I did try to open the cupholder and push it upwards, but dont really see that it will come out like that.
Hi Loren, It's a 2008 cayenne turbo.
I am planning to replace the armrest dampers and need to remove the rear cup holder for that. Didnt really see how to remove it without braking anything, do I need some special tools?
Thanks for the tip. Waiting for some quotes from indy shops will go from there.
Got it. What is the recommended oil for the 2008 Cayenne Turbo gearbox? I have received a quote from the dealer which looks OK. I did find other independent repair shops who offer "dynamic" gearbox oil changes, they have a special machine which flushes all the old oil out completely, versus the oil changes the dealer does which leaves some old oil in. Any thoughts?
My CTT (2008) is at 93 000km and I am thinking to take it to the dealer for the gearbox oil change. As reading this thread, you guys reckon I should use the Toyota IV oil instead of the porsche approved oil because of the cheaper price?
What do you guys mean by violent downshifts? Shouldn't it be that way ona 500HP truck? When I want to overpass someone and floor my CTT (2008), when the gear goes down It feels like you been hit with a hammer. But I always though that is normal, as when I dont floor it I dont get that feeling.
Did you have to purge any air as well?