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Does anyone know how to change the plugs on a Cayenne S? I assume that there all all kind of plastic covers to be removed and, no doubt, some special screws or nuts that can only come off one way. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

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Do a Spark Plug search. I found the directions somewhere on this site. It's not too hard. I did it on my 04 TT last month. It's a little time consuming (about 4-5 hours). I would order and replace the ignitors while you're doing the plugs. They're notorious for going bad. I put an UpSolute chip on my car which raised the boost substantially and two weeks later it started to miss fire a little. I was told the replace the ignitors. ALL 8 had large cracks in them and they were only two years old. They cost about the same as the plugs (about $15 from Sunset Porsche). Trust me, you'll be removing them to replace the plugs anyways....just have them there to replace at the same time.

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Thanks. i appreciate the assistance. I am assuming from all of the posts that i need to replace the coils as well as the plugs. Looking forward to a lovely bonding session with the Cayenne. At least the work can be don from the top of the car instead of on the creeper.

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