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Need a pic of 2nd gen fuse boxes please

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can someone please share with me a picture of their left and right fuse box panels in a 2011-2017 cayenne. Specifically mine is a 2014 turbo but any same gen would do. I popped open my panel to check a fuse that indeed blew but upon further examination, found my cayenne to be missing 6 or so seemingly important fuses. I just want to compare to someone else’s working vehicle to see if I’m crazy, missing something, or what. I posted a pic of mine and if you look at an internet diagram of where the different fuses go, it appears I have multiple necessary fuses that are absent. If someone wants to tell me where I messed this up that would be great. Also, I was in search of another fuse that has to do with the audio system. I had an overflow from the sunroof drainage tubes getting clogged fry my amp, finally replaced the amp and it still does lint work. Screen turns on normal, shows a cd playing, for example, but no sound comes out. The sun fuse was blown so I replaced that but still no luck. Any insight on that topic would be appreciated too, but more alarming is the lack of symmetry between my fuse boxes and a diagram of where the fuses should be. Thanks

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