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2004 cayenne turbo navigation bluetooth


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Ok, so im a newbie with the cayenne. THis is my porsche entry level learning curve. I recently bought a 2004 cayenne turbo with navigation. There a few things I wish my cayenne had that it does not. First and foremost bluetooth. I am on verion 3.0 on a cd based navi unit. I do not have the phone answer and hang up buttons on the navi units left side. I care more about the bluetooth phone function which the dension does not support bluetooth since i guess there is no phone system. I would like to know if the DVD based systems with the phone buttons will just be a plug and play conversion or is there software and dealer support needed? If anyone has any advice, i would love to know what i can do. Also what is necessary to add a homelink system to this car. I would assume just simply the ovehead unit since it should be standalone that only requires power and ground. THirdly, my vehicle does not have a auto headlight setting. Is there a retrofit, or if i were to leave the headlights switched on all the time, will it kill the cars battery or is it smart enough to kill power to the system on its own after a certain time. Unfortunately my last vehicles have been bmws and this is my first venture into porsches.

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Ok, so im a newbie with the cayenne. THis is my porsche entry level learning curve. I recently bought a 2004 cayenne turbo with navigation. There a few things I wish my cayenne had that it does not. First and foremost bluetooth. I am on verion 3.0 on a cd based navi unit. I do not have the phone answer and hang up buttons on the navi units left side. I care more about the bluetooth phone function which the dension does not support bluetooth since i guess there is no phone system. I would like to know if the DVD based systems with the phone buttons will just be a plug and play conversion or is there software and dealer support needed? If anyone has any advice, i would love to know what i can do. Also what is necessary to add a homelink system to this car. I would assume just simply the ovehead unit since it should be standalone that only requires power and ground. THirdly, my vehicle does not have a auto headlight setting. Is there a retrofit, or if i were to leave the headlights switched on all the time, will it kill the cars battery or is it smart enough to kill power to the system on its own after a certain time. Unfortunately my last vehicles have been bmws and this is my first venture into porsches.

I have the same year and model. Check out http://www.incartronics.com/Porsche.html which has a unit which will accomplish what you want. The only other option I am aware of is the Gateway 500 system. Both are more or less the same price. I am having the itronics unit put in next week and will tell you how it goes.

Good luck

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