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  1. Hello I have Porsche Cayenne 2005 S wont start after fueling, it crashes after second time trying it takes about 6 seconds trying to start, i went to the workshop they changed the purge valve and the connectors, but still the same problem, really i dont know what to do
  2. Hi all, I just joined the group and am having some problems with my 2005 Porsche Cayenne. When I drive a few miles it stalls and I see a message saying Reduction on and reduction off. I your help please, and thank you in advance for your assistance.
  3. Hi, I need to change my iginition coils and spark plugs on my Cayenne S E2 92A (2011 model). Can someone assist on parts I could purchsae on ebay (and brand) and the service manual for this repair. Any help would be appreciated.
  4. Hello, I recently bought a Cayenne S 4.8 from 2008. After a month the HPFP went down so I repaired that (900 euro), no problem if it is just a standalone incident but it seems to be very common for the 4.8 engines. Mine was already replaced with the former owner in 2010 and 2011. My engine was replaced in 2010 by Porsche and now this engine has around 100k kms (so the second HPFP failed just after a couple of thousand miles). This made me thinking about the build quality of the Porsche engines. The HPFP is not Porsche made I guess (Continental is written on it) but if "I would be" Porsche
  5. As a newbie to Porsche mechanicals, every project is an adventure. This time hurry and a lack of information enabled a stupid error. I filled the power steering reservoir (I think) with brake fluid. While removing a front axle on my '04 S recently I disconnected the right brake line at the calliper. The fluid ran into a pan. All went well until I tried to bleed the brakes upon reassembly. With my mind on the problem down below, I opened what looked like the brake fluid lid, checked to see that the power bleeder I found under the bench fitted, then dumped in almost a
  6. 2012 Cayenne S. Car just won't start with the battery fully charged. When I try to start I hear a single click.. nothing else. I checked the battery and it shows 13.89v. All the lights inside including the dash, blinkers, tail light, headlights work just fine... but the engine is not getting any power I think... I tried to jump start the car, but the car is getting no power whatsoever when I connect an external battery via the jump start terminals. Not even a single light... it's completely dead. I think there is a disconnect between the main power distributor and the fuse box in the eng
  7. Hi, My PCM is not working. Porsche have done diagnostics and state that the microprocessor has blown and as such I need to replace it. Has anyone had such issues? Is it something that can be fixed? First I had problems with my battery, then the side lights and then the PCM stopped working. They said the other issues were because of the blown microprocessor of the PCM and if I replace the PCM all other faults will be fixed. It is costly to replace the PCM so I don't want to replace it if the root cause is not fixed and the microprocessor blows again! Any advice will be appreciate.
  8. I recently bought a 04 Cayenne S and they came with 18" OEM wheels style 67263 and they have a offset of 57mm and are 8" wide as per specs, they had quite a few scratches. I found another clean 18" OEM wheels style # 67402 and they have a offset of 53mm and are 8" wide as well. Will I face any problems if I go with new 53mm wheels instead of 57mm offset wheels? Is it better to have to bigger offset or smaller offset for same size wheels? I have both one and I need to get rid of one of them ASAP. Please help.
  9. hello all i cannot find bosch oem spark plugs in my country only in dealer and he is charging alot 420 dollars foR set of 8 . my cheaper option is BKR6EIX 150 DOLLARS . NOW THE PROPKLEM IS I FOUND ONLY BKR6EIX-11 THE DIFFRENCE IS THE GAP ONLY AS THE MECHANIC SAID SO SHOULD I BUY BKR6EIX-11 AND REGAP CARFULLY FOR MY CAYENNE S PLEASE HELP......
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