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2006 Cayenne TT - windshield washer pump failure.....

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New member here, I recently bought a 2008 Cayenne S and had the same issue.  There are 2 separate pumps.  They are contained in the washer fluid reservoir behind the passenger side wheel well liner.  It is a very simple job to remove the wheelwell liner, the plastic cladding in engine bay and a couple of bolts and lines then replace the washer fluid pump.  Pump parts are cheap and is a very easy DIY to fix this problem. 

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FYI _ I have a 2005 Cayenne turbo, and was quoted 100 CAD by Porsche for a replacement Washer pump - I took it out and discovered it was a VW part 1K6 955 651 - VW parts sold it to me for 62 CAD.

Porsche parts technician confirmed it was the exact same thing - so I'm happy I got it cheaper but not so happy about Porsche adding $40 to it (and they said they would have to order it and will take a week) VW had 5 in stock and if you want to chance it many places offer third party replacements.

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