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Porsche Cayenne S overheating from coolant pipe, how do i replace

Started pulling the driveshaft to drop the trnsmission , pulled all the bolts holding the tranny but it still wont come apart ? need help !

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  • multec Dec 27, 2008

    Is there another way to change the coolant pipe besides removing transmission ?

  • Anonymous Jan 17, 2009

    does trans. need to be removed?

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    over heating light coming on

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So you have the driveshaft, crossmember and all other connections loose and all bellhousing bolts out? Are you sure you didn't miss a bell housing bolt on top? Double check that. It should fall right out if all the bolts are out. Do you have any gap between the trans and engine or is it still mounted flush? I take it this is an automatic trans right.

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