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92A - The new Cayenne

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it seems that we have a code name for the new Cayenne. 92A - 2011 Cayenne

Now, that I have almost finished the upgrade for the Cayenne, from 9PA to 9PA1 - 955 to 957, I'm wondering if I could have used the 92A parts :)

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This may not be the place, but I'm starting here.  Our 2011 Cayenne with V6 and manual 6speed had been a joy from day one.  The only items to be replaced under warranty were the right and then the left outer tailsight assemblies.  Recently, the dash information system has informed us that the the PSM, ABS and parking brake was not functioning properly.  Well, the parking brake works fine, the ABS and PSM are possibly off line but its really no big deal, except that drive by wire handling has gone away.  And, the cruse control no longer controls anything.  The local Porsche dealer wants $195 up front to even attach their diagnostics to the vehicles computer.  I've read about the low battery syndrone and must report that the battery voltage is within specs and the alternator is doing its job.  I'm not a EE but I can learn almost anything, with reasonable support.  If there is a resolution to these type issues, aside from opening my wallet to the dealer, I'm here to learn.  Thanks for considering this malaise.  We also maintain an '80 911, an '08 GTI, a '97 Expedition, and there is a '63 356 on its way back from abandonment. 

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