Question about 2003 Porsche Cayenne
Hello, I have a problem with the gearbox on my 2004 Cayenne turbo. When I drive smoothly there is no problem but when I push the pedal to the metal sometimes the gearbox goes very brutal on the changes and even when doesn`t have to change the gear. What should I do? Thanks...
Let me tell you it is the valve body in the trans do get it replaced has soon has possible before major damge hapens , i change a few per month . as a porsche tech i see them all the time , i even had same problem on my toureg , they had to replace complete trany , lucky was under waranty , they share the same trany , also note coils on cayenn do go bad also sugest to replace before coil burns out plug or engine harness .
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
My 2004 cayenne turbo, this week ,started to go on first gear while cold. Any ideas of why?
Posted on Jun 25, 2013
I read somewhere it is the Valve chest. £800 parts and £600 labour. Im looking forward to paying that out on mine!!!!!
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
It should be noted that I personally do not own this car; my grandparents do. I've had the pleasure of driving it on a number of occasions though, and as I was the one who recommended it to them, I try to keep up on whether anything has gone wrong with it or not. And, to the best of my knowledge the car has been completely flawless. No reliability problems at all.
Posted on May 15, 2008
SOURCE: how do i change the
First, The Porsche Cayenne can have two batteries. The primary is located under the driver seat and the secondary is under the rear trunk/subwoofer. The battery that usually goes bad is the primary. Most auto stores will NOT change this battery for you because of location (Autozone, Pepboys, Advance, O'rielly, Napa). Its very easy to do but you will need a triple square 10mm bit (autozone or napa carries them)
Remove front plastic trim piece by pulling forward
Using triple square bit unbolt the front two bolts
Tilt seat back (helps to move the seat forward once bolts are removed)
Remove plastic battery protector
Remove/replace new battery
Make sure to plug the vent line back into battery
Posted on Jan 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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