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Attila34

Telephone module

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This module 7L5035741E or 99664220705 is compatible with cayman s 2006 with pcm 2.1 (Italian model)?

Thanks to all

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That part was never used on 987-1 series cars only 986 series. The 987-1 series used 997 series part numbers - and there were at least 3 different ones used.

Will it work? I doubt it - but you are welcome to give it a try.

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That part was never used on 987-1 series cars only 986 series. The 987-1 series used 997 series part numbers - and there were at least 3 different ones used.

Will it work? I doubt it - but you are welcome to give it a try.

It was Removed from 2004 Porsche Cayenne 3.2 V6 and i found it on ebay uk. Probably, as you suspect, it will not work.....

Thanks anyway, quick as usual

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Can you tell me what is the nr. code for my model?

thanks

It will be part number specific to your VIN. I suggest you verify with your OPC/Dealer.

Thanks

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