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Hi all

I have a 2004 cayenne s which i just had my car serviced at the local porsche dealer recently, and ever since ive been noticing problem after problem occur

About a week ago the airbag warning light popped up on the dash which i thought was just a corroded connection under the seat, then just yesterday i found out my horn had stopped working as well and is making a clicking noise when depressed. Then on my way home from work last night i noticed the stereo simply wouldnt turn on, which seems to have resolved its self this morning..

Could these problems be linked?

Is there an easy fix to the horn issue?

The porsche centre arnt that helpfull at resolving the issue as they want to leave me stranded with no car for an entire weekend.

Its amazing that all these problems seem to occur just weeks out of your warranty period, not to happy though as i just had the service and im about to fork out for 4 new tires, brakes

Any help on these probs would be great

Cheers

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It sounds like one of the control units has given up the ghost, or needs to be reset using PIWIS, they will need to fault find which one I am afraid, perhaps Loren can help id which one has those funtions in common

Hi all

I have a 2004 cayenne s which i just had my car serviced at the local porsche dealer recently, and ever since ive been noticing problem after problem occur

About a week ago the airbag warning light popped up on the dash which i thought was just a corroded connection under the seat, then just yesterday i found out my horn had stopped working as well and is making a clicking noise when depressed. Then on my way home from work last night i noticed the stereo simply wouldnt turn on, which seems to have resolved its self this morning..

Could these problems be linked?

Is there an easy fix to the horn issue?

The porsche centre arnt that helpfull at resolving the issue as they want to leave me stranded with no car for an entire weekend.

Its amazing that all these problems seem to occur just weeks out of your warranty period, not to happy though as i just had the service and im about to fork out for 4 new tires, brakes

Any help on these probs would be great

Cheers

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