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How do you reset tire gage after changing the tires for Porsche cayenne 2010

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SOURCE: how do you reset the tire pressure light in a 2008

It should go out if all of your tires are set to the correct pressure. If not, you may have an issue with a tire pressure sensor.

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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Hello! Each tire has a pressure sensor...One of the sensors is defective...It's under warranty, take it to the dealer for repair...

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SOURCE: I have a Porsche cayenne 2004 and I would like to know how much that I need to put in the tires.??

There is usaully a information label in the drivers door jamb

Posted on Sep 01, 2012

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2011 porsche cayenne how to reset oil change light


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Hello drni1013
If the symbol looks somthing like this ( ! ) it means one of the tire pressure sensors in one or more
of the wheels is telling you that one or more of you're tires is not properly inflated. Hope this is
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I have a 2010 Porsche cayenne turbo- the tire indicator keeps beeping saying tire is flat, but tire is fine- I clicked on filled air when it asked what had been done to it, but still won't stop beeping and...


Hello! Each tire has a pressure sensor...One of the sensors is defective...It's under warranty, take it to the dealer for repair...

Guru...Saailer

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How do you reset the tire pressure light in a 2008 Porsche cayenne


It should go out if all of your tires are set to the correct pressure. If not, you may have an issue with a tire pressure sensor.

Oct 16, 2010 | 2008 Porsche Cayenne

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I find the impact harshness at low speed (35mph) on our terrible local roads to be intolerable. What can I do to reduce it?


You can lower the tire pressure in your tires by about 4 lbs. This will help your ride but you may experience outer edge tire wear. The Porsche Cayman has a very stiff suspension and is never going to ride smooth no matter what you do. After all this is a full blown sports car. Sports cars do not ride smooth. You pay a penalty for great handling like your Porsche has. If you have the Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) on your car set it for comfort. Other than the tire pressure and possible a different set of tires there is nothing you can do to improve ride comfort.

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Something wrong with the offer !!!


Tires can be driven down to nothing on a porsche and are not meant for long life, previous owner had a lead foot- that is all.

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