Question about 2003 Porsche Cayenne
If I stop at a light and once I get ready to pull off and put my foot on gas paddle it stalls like it dont want to go and it takes off like the gas paddle stuck
You need to take it to a Porsche dealer to have the computer software updated. The sooner, the better! Until then, turn off your PSM (Porsche Stability Management), to see if that helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: airbag light on
unhook the battery for about ten minutes ... that should reset it tho the sensor may have been damaged (lucky it didn't go off). if your radio is of the anti-theft variety... make sure you know the code BEFORE you unhook the battery. if the light does not go off and you live in the states... stop at your local autozone.. they will scan the codes for free.
Posted on May 01, 2009
Hi, British Summer time hey! You can use the indicator stalk to access to menu.
Navigate your way to settings, the select the Clock option and set the time using the ricker switch, you can also format the clock to 12 /24 hour - enjoy!
Posted on May 04, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 2005 porsche
This may be due to a reprograming needed, contact dealer and see if there are any bulletins on this problem, also i would check the air filterbox and make sure nothing is blocking air flow, then if all looks good then i would have the computer scanned to see if any fault codes are stored due to this problem.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
SOURCE: I have a porsche cayenne
sounds like your porche dealer is one of the "one for one" mechanics (repair it,no, replace it).assuming it is the diff,the pinion can be adjusted to reduce the noise on overun but you will need to get one of the old school mechanics to do this,as personally,ive only done one,in 35 years,i have even heard of some people that fit a thicker oil to reduce the whine........then sell the car.not nice.if you trust the guys that said its repairable,then they "sound"genuine enough.otherwise they would have tried to get you to change it (they make more money/take less time).
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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