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Hello all, Im a new 06 CTT owner who is already having a problem. The PCM screen has decided to display black and white snow. I have read a few threads where this is a common problem, but havent read much about a way to fix this problem. Any info on what needs to be done to rectify this problem. All was well this morning, but through out the day the screen started acting up and became almost ghostly with its display. A few light finger touches fixed the problem. But now hard finger touches doesnt help. I can hear the radio and change stations, but the screen is non functional.

JohnnyZ

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Congrats on your new Cayenne!

Do you know if/when the main vehicle battery was replaced? An original battery on an '06 is now old enough that it could lead to many problems including what you describe.

PS: Think abut becoming a contributing member -- you'll be amazing at the level of detailed documents and info you'll have access to including PCM stuff. Joining Rennech.org was the best money I've spent yet on my Cayenne.

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Congrats your CTT. I love ours. We have the same issue now and are going to an aftermarket replacement headunit after reading this:

http://www.6speedonline.com/forums/cayenne/192424-porsche-radio-nav-pcm-2-1-faulty-screen-replacement-tutorial-video-how.html

Hello all, Im a new 06 CTT owner who is already having a problem. The PCM screen has decided to display black and white snow. I have read a few threads where this is a common problem, but havent read much about a way to fix this problem. Any info on what needs to be done to rectify this problem. All was well this morning, but through out the day the screen started acting up and became almost ghostly with its display. A few light finger touches fixed the problem. But now hard finger touches doesnt help. I can hear the radio and change stations, but the screen is non functional.

JohnnyZ

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