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2003 cayenne turbo

hi guys it seems that I gave the dreaded transmission valve body problem ,she changes hard from 4th to 5th on heavy acceleration ,does anyone know where I can purchase a new one ( refurbished ) or I understand that maybe changing the switches might fix the problem ,as usual any help gratefully received ...

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As I understand you have up shift problem?

How is with your down shifts?

I just changed my valve body, but I had problem only with down shifts.

I think it's better to buy new one, or refurbished which were tested on specials machines, so they 100% working right. I don't think that valve body repair could be DIY job.

That is just mine opinion.

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hi thanks for the fast reply I have had my cayenne for over a year it has been happening since I purchased it is very hard downshift when using a heavy foot when I release the power it gives me a jolt I have been reading a lot of information about this but most of the companies dealing with this are in the us ,as I am stuck in Romania I would like to find a place closer..

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