Question about 2014 Porsche Cayenne
Its the second row. how to remove the bottom cushion to get access to the front bolts to take the seat out. Thanks
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.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The spline socket that is used is a 16 point. You may have to get it from Porsche depending on the area you live in. If you are in a big city, you may find it at a local parts store. Either way, Get one and keep it in the car. Look in the trunk first in that little kit, it may be in there in the trunk area near the spare tire. just for info, there are posts in the engine bay, on the driver's side where you can just start the vehicle. There may be one in the trunk area as well that is used to start the engine. Make sure you get the proper battery. If not, it can cause electrical issues that will make you think your car is posessed some how. Let me know if you need anything further.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
You will need a code reader that connects to the cars OBDII system port. With the reader you can read the codes that are causing the light to come on (fix the problems) and clear the codes. The light will go out. I would caution that if you are seeing the "Service NOW" light that you should stop driving the car immediately and have it looked at. There is another message that says "Drive to service location" which is less severe.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
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