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Depends on what your options sticker say's. It was an option. You may have the center console switch but without the locking diff, pushing the switch to lock the rear diff does nothing.

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Depends on what your options sticker say's. It was an option. You may have the center console switch but without the locking diff, pushing the switch to lock the rear diff does nothing.

Agreed....i do believe all Turbos in 2004 came with air suspension, 2 speed transfer case, and locking FRONT diff.

Rear locking diff was an option for all models.

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Depends on what your options sticker say's. It was an option. You may have the center console switch but without the locking diff, pushing the switch to lock the rear diff does nothing.

Agreed....i do believe all Turbos in 2004 came with air suspension, 2 speed transfer case, and locking FRONT diff.

Rear locking diff was an option for all models.

955 & 957 turbos come as standard with air suspension, transfer case and locking centre diff. Locking rear diff is an option, locking front diff is not available.

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Depends on what your options sticker say's. It was an option. You may have the center console switch but without the locking diff, pushing the switch to lock the rear diff does nothing.

Agreed....i do believe all Turbos in 2004 came with air suspension, 2 speed transfer case, and locking FRONT diff.

Rear locking diff was an option for all models.

I do not believe ANY Cayenne has a locking front diff. It's a bit misleading, because the 4WD control shows 3 LED positions. The rear most one is the locking rear diff, and that is there whether or not your car has one. The front one does NOT correspond to a locking front diff as would follow from this design. The center light is low range, and the front light indicates that the center diff is locked, (even though it mimics the position directly opposite of the rear locking diff indicator.) Check page 177 of your owners manual.

VERY few vehicles come from the factory with a locking front diff, the Rubicon Jeep and certain Hummers come to mind, maybe a G-Class, Pinzgauer...not much else. I don't think you can even get one in a Range Rover.

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