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I notice that some of you are connecting a wire from pin5 to the DME but then you mention you already had a cable in pin A38 on the DME!

 

that being the case surely the small cable look you buy as part of the kit only needs plugging to the back of your steering stalk block?? No need to run a long cable to the DME?

 

or am I missing something here?

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I'm shocked that a Cayenne S would be available without cruise control. I though it was a standard feature.

I can't help with photos, but these diagrams show where the wire is connected at the steering column, and where it runs to on the DME (via a plug/socket).    

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On 5/9/2008 at 5:02 PM, RFM said:

Chriz

The single wire go's in the blue connector pin 3 and in the stalk pin 5. Installing the wire and the stalk is an easy DIY.

Program the DME and STEERING WHEEL ELECTRONICS is a dealer job.

Richard

The stalk is available separately and screwed in the backing unit, cars without cruise have no stalk there is nothing to exchange, the backing unit is still the same.

Hope it helps.

Can I just confirm that the cable does indeed go to the relay carrier (photo attached to make sure) Blue connector Pin 3 (circled Ref) and then direct to the stalk Pin 5?

 

reason I ask is that some say it goes to the DME Pin A38!

 

Which one is right??

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