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Hey folks, I just bought a 2011 Cayenne S to replace my 2006. Wow what a difference! Anyways, the TPMS has 2 dead sensors. What replacements works? I can't seem to get a straight answer... looking for cost effective option. What have you actually bought and used that actually works? Model names, numbers etc... are appreciated
I was looking at the Cayenne fluid prices at Pelican Parts, and I noticed a section with wheel bearing grease and the following note: " It's a good idea to clean and repack your bearings once a year."
I've never cleaned and re-packed my wheel bearings. My cars have always had bearings that appear to be sealed. I haven't found anything about this process for the Cayenne via google or in the forums here. Is this just a mistake at pelican parts, or should I be doing this?
Has anyone cleaned and re-packed the wheel bearings on their CTT?
By Faiz Sulaiman
hi everyone, im being haunted with TPMS now. first problem is left side appear req??? if u check in tyre pressure, meter keep pop out TPC inactive, system learning. so below is what i have done;
-check battery life, FR 0 month. i changed FR wheel sensor
-after changed the sensor, i run about 5km (TPC inactive still pop out)
-i diagnosed again n check battery life, RR 0 month then.. ****!
-i dont believe the scanner, so i do system adaptation
-problem still same, i then swap rear tyre.
-scanner still show RR 0 month, i then swap TPMS rear antena
-problem still same..now i dont know what to do.
im wondering how TPMS get wheel electronic ID? i noticed 1 thing, first time i check the ID *******217 at FL, then today 217 at RL! anyone get the clue? i have running the car more than 20km but it still learning.
Just for fun. Recently had my 120k mile service completed for my 04 CTT. Clean bill of health and ran good sounded better felt great. Soon there after I happened across a gent in a Viper truck, coming up behind me fast flashing his lights blowing his horn and then pulls along side window down and thumbs up. I think to myself, " ...man I too old for this sh*t...", but give him a go anyway. PSM off, suspension lowered and to sport, 3 horn blasts and floor it! After a huge breath and accompanying roar and turbo lag, it's 1st gear and off we go! Needless to say it was fun. More to say after he caught up; "...that's not stock!" No it isn't I reply. So as I let him speed of I continue my leisurely sub 60mph drive home. Along the way I get PSM failure visit workshop. Okay...next up check engine light. Hmm...next up tranny lights up like it's in safe mode but is audibly and physically shifting fine. Temp is a little higher than normal and hmm...no more than .3 bar boost at WOT? Okay what did I break now? SO, at home codes pulled: 2187, 2198, 2281, 0299.
Okay smoke 'em! Turn out I've manage to "break?" the old worn out breather hoses and the intake distributor is leaking! Gee Bevis...anywho fun weekend for me! So, while I'm in there I think I'll swap out the diverter valves and control lines as well. Just wanted to share.