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Re: Porsche Cayenne S overheating from coolant pipe, how...
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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I'm not sure what exactly your asking here, as these seats have built in levers on the top left that requires you to pull them forward releasing the catch at the top of the seat. You must pull the bottom of the seat up first, then remove the headrests and place them in the slots located on the bottom part of the seat. This is for convenience of storage for them. If the lever has broken as this is the case with many, you need to get a screwdriver to lift up the catch on the back of the top part of the seat. If you want to remove the seat entirely you'll need to purchase triple square sockets. I think it's a T20. I beleive it's the same size as for the bolts to remove the front seat to gain access to the battery.
Remove headrest, there is a small button on the base of the headrest mount you need to push in. Next pull up the strap at the front of the seat cushion bottom, then flip forward. Press in the flipper on the top of the seat back and pull forward.
That's a lot of coolant to lose in that short amount of time- especially with no visible leaks. It sounds like you might be losing coolant to the cylinders which could be from a bad head gasket or a cracked block. Good luck, let us know what it was!
when looking in the engine bay from the front of the car it is the blue turn cap on the far left corner behint the windscreen water bottle if it takes away the light let me know as i have the same issue but the light wont go away you may have a faulty radiator header tank lid