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Porsche Cayenne 06 rear boot not closing proply


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Hi ppl,

I have an issue with me closing my rear boot.I need to use force to close the boot.From my understanding it should close by pullin in (Soft Close Doors) by tge vacuum but this does not happen is there any steps i can take in resolving this situation Porsche Cayenne 3.2

Hi ppl,

I have an issue with me closing my rear boot.I need to use force to close the boot.From my understanding it should close by pullin in (Soft Close Doors) by tge vacuum but this does not happen is there any steps i can take in resolving this situation Porsche Cayenne 3.2.Will be greatfull to hear from you guys thank you

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Hi Everyone ,

I have an issue with my boot it does not close propley I need to apply alot of force to close it . I understand it should close by pullin it self in by the vacuum but with my Cayenne 3.2 that does not happen . If any one have any suggestion of how to resolve the issue.Thank you guys 🍺

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Older cars are not equipped with an electric soft close system, it depends on MY. You can check it by removing the trim around the lock catcher, you will see the electric motor than.

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Thank you for the replys guys,

From my understanding a Porsche Cayenne 06 has a soft close function for the rear boot my boot it doesnt work .When I close my boot the first latch catches but it needs to pull it self in for the second latch to close it proply.I reajusted the latch thats not the issue I need to know how I can remedy the boot soft close again cheers guys

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Check the fuses-if OK check the microswitch-if OK check the retract motor for open circuit-if OK check the wiring for pos. and ground, the wiring may break inside the grommet on top of the tailgate door ones in a while. If everything is OK, a diagram is recommended to continue, a PIWIS in "fault find mode" is even better.

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Hello! Check, please, right side fuse block, find F30 - it must be at least 25A fuse. Most cases it burnt, but it must be some cause for this. Please check area of spare wheel, isn't wire harness jammed by wheel or not. Then check right side luggage pocket. I rather obstacled with clients, which hides over there some heavy things, in turn, these things might damage wire harness which passes through this pocket area. Also check rear window switch. Is it in working condition or not. It may cause to fuse burnt too. Any question, do not hesitate contact me. Good luck!

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I had the same problem with mine, would close on the catch but not 'pull in'. Would drive off and get the boot open warning light. You may have done this already but check there is no debris underneath the little flap where the mechanism slots into. I had a small stone stopping it closing properly.

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