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roberinot

2008 Cayenne S Brake Job Part Numbers

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I am a member of the PCA and have changed brake pads numerous times on 5 different 911's totaling more than I can count on both hands.  Does anyone know what the part numbers are for doing a break change (pads, rotors, sensors) on a 2008 Cayenne S

 

VIN: WP1AB29P58LA50752

 

Thanks

 

Rob

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Supposedly all 2008 Cayenne S/GTS Models are

350x34mm Front Left Rotor - 955.351.401.51
350x34mm Front Left Rotor - 955.351.402.51
Brake Pads - 95535193915x

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955.352.401.31 Rear brake rotor -- US MSRP $194.81 -- two required

N.105.556.2  Pan head screw -- Two required

955.612.365.30 Sensor -- US MSRP $28.74 -- two required

955.352.939.64 Rear Pads (set) -- US MSRP $245.39

 

955.352.401.41 Front brake rotor -- US MSRP $239.78 -- two required

N.906.854.03  Pan head screw -- Two required

955.612.365.010 Sensor -- US MSRP $29.81 -- two required

955.351.939.16 Front Pads (set) -- US MSRP $334.83

 

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On ‎12‎/‎21‎/‎2016 at 7:38 PM, Loren said:

955.352.401.31 Rear brake rotor -- US MSRP $194.81 -- two required

N.105.556.2  Pan head screw -- Two required

955.612.365.30 Sensor -- US MSRP $28.74 -- two required

955.352.939.64 Rear Pads (set) -- US MSRP $245.39

 

955.352.401.41 Front brake rotor -- US MSRP $239.78 -- two required

N.906.854.03  Pan head screw -- Two required

955.612.365.010 Sensor -- US MSRP $29.81 -- two required

955.351.939.16 Front Pads (set) -- US MSRP $334.83

 

 

I noticed that the brake pad number I had was different for the front pads. Makes me wonder if there is a different part number for the rears also?

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