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Ignition lock faulty
The ignition lock assembly can experience a failure due to a faulty sensor, module, or even a worn-out key. I will advise that you have an experienced mechanic, like the ones at YourMechanic, to inspect the entire ignition lock assembly...
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Seat adjustment not working
Depending on whether your seat is mechanical or electronic can change the possibilities of this issue. Another possibility is that something could be stuck in the seat track, preventing the seat to move forward. The electronic motor/switch could have failed,...
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Various signal faults displays at once. PSM, ABS, AWD overload, Brake, brake diatribution
Hello. Since all the modules lost power, they may need to have the low voltage codes cleared from memory. Have the vehicle scanned and cleared of codes in all modules. Then let the engine run at idle for several minutes...
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Speakers have no sound
Hi there. Since your vehicle is equipped with premium sound, it has a separate amplifier powering the speakers. If this amplifier does not receive a signal to turn on, it will not power your speakers. Also, if your amplifier has...
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The steering wheel vibrates at 50 mph
Hello. Any time you feel vibration in your steering wheel at a certain speed, but not at other speeds, it is caused from something being "out of round", which means something is out-of-balance. One thing many people do not consider...
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Grinding noise while braking - 2006 Porsche Cayenne
Okay, so with brakes, the concept is fairly simple and hasn't changed much over the years. You have a rotating disk and it is being squeezed on both sides by a pair of pads. If you are hearing a grinding...
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Transmission slips during acceleration
Hey there. If you have manual transmission, this is almost certainly the clutch slipping. It is wearing out and used gently, it will propel the car forward, but it cannot hold the torque when you accelerate harder. The clutch will...
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Heating blows cold - 2006 Porsche Cayenne
Hello. Based on what you have described, I am almost 100% certain you need to replace your blower motor control module / resistor. Not getting AC is much more common than not getting heat because heat comes from the hot...
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Replacing ceramic brake pads
Hello. It is not a recommended mileage to change the pads but to inspect them every time the tires are rotated or vehicle is serviced. The pads should be changed when they are worn down at the thinnest part at...
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Are water pump repairable, ie change the bearing and seal
Hello - no, the water pump cannot be repaired by a mechanic or technician. The rebuilders and remanufacturers (sometimes the original manufacturers of the part) have access to parts and tooling not available to pretty-much everyone else. Quite often, the...
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Considering purchasing, however, I am leery of possible high maintenance costs associated with this vehicle. Dependable? High maintenance?
Going from a BMW 135i to a 2014 Porsche Cayenne will obviously cost more in maintenance through the years. From special procedures during repairs, more expensive parts and higher labor costs, you can only expect the upkeep costs to go...

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