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Hi Guys. I am new to the forum and proud new owner of a beautiful 06 Cayenne S. I love my new Porsche, but am slowly working on fixing a few minor issues... First of all, my driver door latch is defective or at least the switch in there is. The vehicle never knows when the driver door is open, no dome lights or door ajar switch or chime. I have already purchased a brand new replacement latch assembly. Any instructions or tutorials on the fastest and easiest way to replace this? Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks!
Why on this Renntech site are we calling the Cayenne a 9PA or 9PA! and not the designation I thought was appropriate 955 and 957? I know this site has dedicated Porsche enthusiasts on it who believe the only real Porsche is a rear engine air cooled.... Is this a way not to include the Cayenne in the typical Porsche three number designation? Just curious, not serious, I assume there is a good reason. The rest of the world seams to use 955 and 957.
Hi Guys New to the forum as an active member!!! This is my first post so excuse me for any mistakes. To the problem now. I have a Cayenne 2008 GTS with 380,000km !!!!!!!!!!!!! On saturday i washed the car and since then various problems started appearing. I noticed that the car wouldn't lock with the remote nether unlock so i thought to my self that it is the remote battery despite the fact that i had no warning on the cluster. Next day morning i tried starting the car and it started fine but the "Check Tailights" warning came on. Got off the car to check the lights and they didn't work. I tried opening the boot to check the bulbs and i discovered that the rear lid wouldn't open either.Also as soon as the car starts the Alarm starts singing, not very loud though ( if my car was to be stollen i wouldn't hear the alarm, thats how low volume it was) So besides the locking and unlocking problem, taillights the rear lid problem appeared. I thought that it might be a fuse so i checked all fuses. Left and right fusebox and the one in the engine bay. All the fuses were ok. I plugged in the Durametric Proffessional cable and i come up with the fault code "1330 Rear convenience system control module - No signal/communication, test conditions are not-completed, fault is not currently active and is not causing a DTC light" I did a lot of online searching but couldn't find anything specific. My guess is that i need a new Vehicle Electrical System Control unit. Any ideas? Has anything similar happened to anyone? I am out of ideas and the Dealership here in Cyprus is no option. I used to work for them :) so i know whats going on!!!!!!!!!! Any info would be greatly appeciated!!!! P.S. Hope my post is ok. Dont want to be banned on my first post!!!!
Hi Anybody have the Cayenne 2004 workshop/repair/service manual in PDF-format? Possible to "borrow" it? That would be very happy :thumbup: Please PM if you don't want to reply in this thread. There are a lot of places on the internet to buy the manual, but don't know the quality of these. Have read people have had mixed experiences with these. The "original" should have at least 9700 pages. Best regards, Kjetil, Norway