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are you using the spare key? try using the original ignition key, and find out if it works

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Apr 09, 2019


i think its under the back seat on these vehicles

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Oct 07, 2018


the repair manual is hard to find, now check the quality of engine oil , maybe need to replace and oil filter, try to use an high grade oil, for example, if now is using 5w_20 then use 10w_40

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Feb 26, 2018


there should be a platen on the bottom of the motor on the driver side in front of where the transmission bolts on. It looks like it is a plate sticking off of the motor casting itself. Hope this helps.

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Apr 09, 2017


Most vehicles including Porshe V8 have hydraulic valve lifters, only early 911's had mechanical lifters as I recall, was a pain to adjust every 20K or so. If you are hearing a tap, it is probably stuck valve lifter, try Lucas Oil Additive to unplug it and free it up.

Good luck, FREE-PPV

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Mar 04, 2017


Check the second battery in the back, under the subwoofer.

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Oct 23, 2016


Well it could be fuel or spark.
So you would need to figure out which system is causing the problem to know what to test.
Could also be a relay getting hot and failing.
When it won't start check for spark first then fuel pressure.

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Mar 19, 2016


Could be a number of things, dirty fluids,solenoid packs or sensors bad worn clutches converter, thrust plates piston or pistons bad in the gear clutch plate housing ,i would start with the simple fluid change first.

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Nov 02, 2015


First email Mr at yugabouy@gmail.com I send u a exploded diagram and step by step instruction straight from the horses mouth Lol its easy

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Jun 28, 2015


Depending on the year of the vehicle but if your talking about the check engine light, you'll need to hook up to an OBD reader and clear the codes. If there is a problem the codes will come back and the check engine light will return. If you have already fixed the problem then given enough driving time the engine light will turn off on it's own.

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Mar 19, 2015


Sounds like it might be the amplifier. I'd buy one from someplace that will let you return it if it turns out that the amplifier wasn't the issue.

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Mar 16, 2015


The passenger side airbag arning light has been a problem with this year of Cayenne among many other concerns. They determined it was a fault in the seat belt receiver or the wire leading to it. You need to remove the seat and take apart the receiver. You may need to replace the receiver if you can't find a problem with the wiring. Good luck.

2004 Porsche... | Answered on Mar 15, 2015

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