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Cayenne Battery Replacement with Pictures

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Cayenne Battery Replacement with Pictures

This was done on my 2005 Cayenne Turbo. I only have a battery under my drivers seat. I think some might of came equipped with a battery in the trunk. I did't want to pay the dealer for a OE battery and labor. I was able to get mine from Advance Auto Parts for about $130 after coupon code.. http://shop.advancea...8agm&showTitle= NOW PUT IN THE NEW BATTERY AND DO EVERTYHING IN REVERSE ORDER!! VOILA! P.S. Dont forget to put blue loctite on the seat rail bolts. Also manual calls


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Fantastic write up. I was able to change my battery this morning in about 45 minutes thanks to this!!! No issues whatsoever except a light failure warning upon first start. I figured it would go away once I drove it and it built up a charge. The error is gone and I saved a bunch of dough.

I have a 2009 CTTS and bought a duralast gold h9 battery from autozone for 189.99!

Thanks again!

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