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2010 PORSCHE CAYENNE DOESN'T SHIFT GEARS

The vehicle shifts fine manually (tiptronic) , but won't shift in drive.

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SOURCE: triptronic transmission will not shift into gear

Sounds like the electronic selector module, it should have a emergency release on the top or side, it a little hole that a pen will fit in, this will allow the shift to move in to gear, see how you get on. This will get the car in to R & D, but it may be in, get U home mode then it will need changing.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 A8 tiptronic shifting early out of 3rd gear

the car should be put on a scanner to check for shifting parameters

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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SOURCE: 93 Thunderbird won't shift into 4th overdrive gear

its the computer chip for the tranny is bad, these cars are known for this problem!!

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SOURCE: My porsche cayenne does not shift back into 1st

FIRST - Change your transmission fluid AND filter!

Posted on Oct 27, 2010

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SOURCE: what is a clicking or

Possible running Self Check in the a/c system. There are 6 or more solenoids and motors to control heat and air flow that can make this noise.

It has been reported since the 2003 model year. Annoying but often just that...ie: not fixable.

Check with dealership to make sure there are no recalls or technical bulletins about it.

Posted on Jan 12, 2011

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