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While changing my oil this evening, I raised the car up to the highest terrain setting and noticed the bellows/cover was split on both air struts. It's #13 on the attached pic. Is this something that I can replace myself? I was considering swapping in Turbo S lower control arms anyway and thought it would be a good time to do it all at once.Air strut.pdf

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OK looking around I found this link with Arnott, who makes new air springs for the Cayenne. The piece in question that I'm seeing split is just a dust boot. Arnott doesn't even install or re-install one. Perhaps their design is more robust? In any event everything is still working fine - maybe I'm just being a little paranoid about it since Porsche put it there for a reason. Check out the install link - it appears getting the air strut out is a bit easier than what the Porsche service manual states you have to do.


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My old 05 CTT at 195,000km on its last annual roadworthiness test had to be put in the sport setting to pass, however damping was still adjustable and didn't feel substantially different from what it had done in the past. At this point if driven very hard it would tend to buck a little in fast corners.

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