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generator location on turbo

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Hi All,

I have just returned from a 1500 miles drive (skitrip) and my cayenne (2003 turbo) has introduced a new habbit. There is a squeeky (piep...piep) noice coming from the engine area. It is not very loud and it looks like it disappears when I give gas. I want to check my V belt (the belt theat drives the generator ??). Two question:

Where is the generator located and how do I reach it?

Is there a way to add some tension to the belt or do I need to replace it?

Thanks again,


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  • 4 weeks later...

No adjustment - if it is bad then it should be replaced.

my belt just broke on saturday, my truck has 35,000 miles on it. The dealer Roslyn Porsche just called with concerns about the aftermarket items my truck has (cargraphic muffler, evoms intake and turbo mike aluminum intake- no chip).

WTF are they kidding me???

and it has a porsche 100,000 warranty

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