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2006 Cayenne Turbo - Extra Parts

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1st time post..... ‘fraid i’ma gonna show me arse.


A while back I took apart my ‘06 Cayenne Turbo to address a coolant leak, and I finally got it back together after replacing the thermostat; water pump; water pump pulley; serpentine belt; starter; the 2 “T” connections and associated coolant hoses behind the trio of vent pipes at the back of the engine under the driver side; the white ventilation/vacuum “T” at the back of the engine”, coil packs and spark plugs; and associated gaskets. Everything went together really well, for having come apart so long ago (I took some good pics while disassembling to help myself with reassembling and reconnecting along the way) - apart from receiving a couple erroneous torque settings/specs which cracked the “O” on a few coil packs at either the 3 o’clock or 6 o’clock, and then stripped one of the center screws on the manifold.   


Car starts, and runs. Apart from the brakes (after sitting so long), no major issues... yet. 


However, I’ve got a heck of a smell of fuel, and i have the following parts left over - which fell off the manifold as i remember. But, I wasn’t sure if they were simply on the manifold (like they fell off somewhere else during previous repairs by previous owner, and came to rest on the manifold); or, if they actually fit into the manifold somewhere (i didn’t see any obvious place for them to fit); or - now that i am smelling a lot of fuel- maybe they fit into the fuel system in/around the manifold - perhaps, they actually fell off the fuel line which i had disconnected.


Does anyone recognize these parts? Any thoughts? Much appreciated, 


- larry  





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