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is.deleon

Engine Cover Fasteners And Ctt Licence Plate

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Hi Loren, I can't find the engine cover fasteners anywhere. Lost a couple when I changed the air filter. I think they are also called quarter-turn fasteners or turnlock fasteners. They secure the engine bay covers in place. Can you please provide me with a part number.

Also, what is the part number for a licence plate support/bracket for a 2005 Cayenne Turbo. I think it is different than a Cayenne S due to the front bumper. Thank you in advance for your help.

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I got these pictures online (Cayenne looks newer than mine), but the bolts I'm referring to look the same. Thanks for the quick respond.

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Sorry - which part of the engine cover?

Or are you talking about the trim around the inside of the engine compartment as shown with the arrows?

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Sorry for the confusion, I'm referring to the actual bolts/fasteners that tie down the engine covers. Not the covers nor the trim.

I found this pictures, it is the bolt being removed.

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Hey, thanks for bearing with me on this one.

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Nope, but we're almost there... They hold down the side (plastic) covers.

Ok, I took a picture of one of the few reamining ones I have. Now if I loose this one, my Cayenne is going to start falling apart... lol

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Found it :jump: searched all over the place, but I found it. Thanks for the time you put into helping me. :thankyou:

955 572 710 00

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Hi Loren, in your third post you referred to #9. Can you please tell me the parts number to that torx screw? Thank you

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Hi Loren, in your third post you referred to #9. Can you please tell me the parts number to that torx screw? Thank you

Porsche changed the part number for item 9 so...

old number - 955 105 255 00 (about $.51 each)

new number - WHT 003 425 (about $.30 each)

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