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    Porsche 997.1 2006

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  1. I followed the same upgrade instructions on both my Carrera and my 2006 cayenne and all working great, pm me your email address
  2. Hi Shanus, Take a read of this and check your version numbers. If you need the upgrade discs I have all the files including the last Sat Nav upgrade dvd issued by Porsche a couple of years ago. All working on both my Cayenne and Carrera with PCM 2.1 PCM_2.1_upgrade_procedure.pdf
  3. I guess that you know you can remove that insert and that allows a larger cup size to fit.....
  4. Wallowing around. I just ordered some adjustable suspension links to drop it down lower
  5. Hi Ziller, I can't answer directly your question but I have gathered some information over the past couple of years that you might find useful to allow you to check settings with Durametric tester. As the main file is larger that 2mb I will split it and attach in two further posts....... Cayenne Durametric Suspension Adjustment-1.pdf
  6. Check the wiring loom plug located on the right hand side of the vehicle (as you stand behind the vehicle) behind the bumpers I had same fault on the rear with only the two red lights lighting up when in reverse and it was the loom plug needed cleaning and re connecting. You have to remove the rear bumper/spoiler to get to it
  7. Take a jump starter with you to power up the vehicle. Then see if the ignition key is still functional, do you have the service key available? It all depends on how damaged the original key is but the little key chip inside the fob should still be ok and just needs to be close to the ignition switch.
  8. Hi, Yes I had this problem on my rear sensors and found there was a plug behind the bumper that was not good pin condition. I pulled it apart and cleaned and sprayed WD40 then re plugged and now it's working. You have to take off the rest bumper. There is also the same behind the front bumper with the plug being on the right hand side as you stand in front of the vehicle looking at it.
  9. Pull a wire out from your wirebrush and use that to poke in to the jet hole to help clear any blockage. Sent from my SM-G965F using Tapatalk
  10. @Nurbek I Thanx very much for posting this information and the video! I will try this next week to see if the second auxiliary battery will kick in by double switching the ignition on and off in quick succession. It also gave me some ideas about testing the batteries and those solenoid relays. I already purchased 2 battery isolator switches but yet to fit them, so I may look in to that while I have the batteries exposed. My solar charger is hooked up to both batteries, the only trouble is that I park in a multi story car park and face the car south side, but in the
  11. @bigbuzuki bumping this one for your advise about the immobilizer message that I get when trying to start the car with the service key......I'm going back out to the car next week and for sure the main battery will be flat when I get there. Sent from my SM-G965F using Tapatalk
  12. Mine has the Bose and the auxiliary battery under the sub woofer. It's easy to check and only takes a fee minutes to remover the two bolts holding in the Bose sub woofer to see under it.
  13. Hi again, I eventually ordered a service key (plastic) with no electronics and headed to where my Cayenne was parked with flat battery. I tried to start the car with the service key but it did not work and the key was held in the ignition lock due to no power. So it didn't seem to switch over batteries for cranking......unless both the rear and front battery were both discharged. After jump starting and later fully recharging the car on a trickle charger, I tried the service key again. But I only see a message about the immobilizer being active on the dash
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