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Hello All,

.    Asking for assistance in finding a reliable Base Cayenne mechanic in the area. Gremlins have begun to sprout on my 2005, my most immediate problem is a malfunctioning key transmitter.

     The key will flatline a new battery in 15 minutes. If you have replaced a key lately please forward who you used for the new part and programming.

Thank you,


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For key programming, Eurasian or Momentum can likely handle it, and both have given me good service in the past. Or else go to the dealer, but I have to say that my most recent encounter with the service manager at Sonic convinced me that under the new management they are even more money-grubbing & less customer friendly than when they were Tom Williams Porsche.

If you need a cut key blank, you will probably find that Ed's Lock & Key ( I know, the place looks dangerous ) is the only local place that can cut the blank, and will do so at a reasonable price. Or the dealer can order you one based on your VIN, for an unreasonable price.


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