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Cayenne Valve Body Replacement DIY


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Cayenne Valve Body Replacement DIY


Hello Everyone. Please find my first tutorial submission. Replacing the Valve Body (aka valve chest) in a 2003 Cayenne Turbo Symptoms: Very harsh shift from 1-2-3 when under load (like getting rear ended by a truck) Hesitant shifts and flaring when driving normally. "Clunky" shifts. Vehicle has travelled around 210,000km. Fluid has never been changed (dealer said is was not necessary-which is not true!) After doing lots of reading it seemed like the valve body (VB) was the likely culprit

 

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Thanks for the write up. I put in a revmax valve body and now every shift is smooth and perfect. Pretty easy DIY. Best tip is when removing the valve body remove all the bolts but one on the front and one on the back. Then loosen each with the one toward the front a little looser. The tilt will allow most of the fluid to drain into the catch tray that you put under it. Leave for about 1/2 hour. Greatly reduces the mess.

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