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As i wrote some time ago, i was thinking about to get onother PIG. I had to take it because i guess for this money it was a real opportunity. The car is ok so far. Some small things i have to do, but nothing serious i found. The only problem is the panoramic roof . The wind deflector dont want to close. The spacers i have to change, because wheels are a bit far out.

I like the air suspention, the stand at loading level looks really nice. Unfortunatelly the low level which is for driving is much higher. Does someone know how to bring it a little bit more down? Onother question i have about the light options. The switch has 3 levels. Off, parking light, driving light. But, even if the knob is off, during driving the lights are working. I enclose some pics, sorry the car is dirty.

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Thanks Loren. Just wanted to save space and money.

I guess for my pana roof problem there is no answer. There is nobody out there with similar problems. Thanks god.

The point with the light i guess is a failure . Or maybe the previous owner

Asked a mechanic to reprogramm it. I cant believe there is no way to drive without light.

Just would be nice to get advice how to lower the car a little bit.

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That is the very tutorial I found and used.

Just for clarity though, a "porsche service guy" doesn't use a durtametric. If he/she does I would find another service guy. You or I or any Enthusiast uses a durametric to work on their car, read codes and perform basic coding and reset CEL's for a couple hundred dollars. A porsche tech uses a several thousand $$$ PIWIS Tester tool.

I'm in my 2nd CTT, put over 150K on the first. The durametric tool has been invaluable. When yours throws its first airbag, EVAP, cylinder misfire, flap/servo issue with the HVAC code etc you will be so happy to quickly diagnose and fix the problem.

Enjoy your new ride!

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Sorry, wrong wording! I ment of course the PIWIS.

The equipment the porsche shops are working with.

According your message i should try to get this durametric thing. I dont have it yet. Any time i have a problem (and i had many many with my cayenne s) i go to this forum or to the porsche service. Of course all in all a very expensive story on the last 2 years.

Thank you for your help!!!

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