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I need to remove the rear bumper cover on my 2013 Cayenne Diesel and before I get started I thought I'd check and see if: (1) anyone has done this before and has any tips/tricks to make it easier, and (2) any PIWIS II shop manual instructions on how to do so. Thanks ... I'll post a DIY once completed (assuming success!).
Does anyone know if the DMV will require the Cayenne Diesel (2013) to have its emissions system upgraded in order to be registered once the Porsche campaign to upgrade ends? From what I have heard not only will performance be downgraded mileage will go down as well. I get about 23 mpg in town and 34-40+ on the freeway at 72mph.