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By Tj 27
I have a 2009 957 3.6l v6 Cayenne. The battery was dead a few days ago so I replaced it. It now starts up just as it should but when run a diagnostic it says the alternator voltage is high reading 14.72. I’m assuming I need to replace the alternator to remedy this. I can’t find any information about replacing the alternator. Has anyone attempted this? It looks like it might be straightforward but my concern is whether or not the intake manifold has to be removed in order to get clear access. If anyone has any insight on this I would greatly appreciate it.
Does anyone have a wiring diagram for the seat on a 2008/957 Cayenne which they can let me have?
I’m trying to chase a fault where the passenger seat will motor up and down and the backrest will adjust forward and aft, but there is no response from the controls to move the seat unit forwards and backwards, or the four-way lumber support control.
Thanks in anticipation...
Guys could someone please help...can't believe how difficult it is to get any info on my beautiful 957 cayenne! So here's hoping right? As you can see in the photo, the right side rear light has got a few dead LEDs in the two top strips... Has anyone tried a repair or got any advice on this? Someone has gotta know about this! In the words of Sam Smith, I know am not the only one
Ive just had a dyno test on my Boxster S, 2000 model, 158 000km, RHD, daily driver.
I have a 'dip' in the graph readings for both power and torque between 5 800 - 6 300 r/min - see attached.
Any thoughts as to what this could be caused by?
No misfires or any other symptoms. Scanner shows no fault codes.
Im satisfied with the results, bar the 'dip', as the flywheel HP is usually about 12% more than is achieved at the wheels.
Boxster HP graph.pdf
My front wheel was making a rattling noise for about the last week, and this morning as I drove out of my driveway and turned the wheel, I could hear a loud popping noise coming from my wheel whenever I turned. My best guess is that I drove over a pothole and the control arm / bushing moved out of place. Would this be covered under the OE warranty? Or should I take it to a mechanic?