2004 Porsche Cayenne Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2004 Porsche Cayenne

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2004 Porsche Cayenne Problems

Coolant Leak from Thermostat Housing

A coolant leak may develop at the thermostat housing, under the intake manifold. Our technicians tell us that revised parts are available to correct this concern.

Brake Pads and Rotors May Wear Out Prematurely

Brake pads and rotors may wear out prematurely. This can be heavily dependent on driving style. Our technicians recommend regular brake inspections with replacement of pads and rotors as required.

No Start or Stalling Due to Failed Fuel Pump

A no start or stalling condition may develop do to a failing fuel pump. A faulty fuel pump will require replacement. Our technicians recommend to inspect internal fuel tank connections for leaks whenever replacing the fuel pump.

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2004 Porsche Cayenne Questions

problem in transmission (1 answer)

When I drive smoothly transmission seems to have no problem with upshifting or downshifting. Only when I press the gas pedal to accelerate the speed, transmission from the 3rd gear stucks, and before it shiftes to the 4th makes this boom noise and shackes the car...

Both Pads and Rotors Necessary? (2 answers)

Within the last week, in my 2004 Porsche Cayenne, a warning sign is displayed ("check brake shop" which I assume means that my brakes need to be replaced) so I am going in to a shop to get a second estimate. My question is do I have to get the rotors, sensors and brake pads or can I ju...

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2004 Porsche Cayenne Recalls

Seat Belts Do Not Lock Child Seats In Place Securely

The mechanism in the seat belts that locks a child safety seat into place may not operate properly. Dealers will permanently install a clip in either of the affected rear outboard seat belts and provide an owner's manual insert free of charge to resolve the concern.

Rear Seat Belt Latch Bolt Loose

The rear seat belt buckle may not be attached securely to the body. Dealers will inspect and replace seat belt buckles as necessary free of charge to resolve the concern.

Transfer Case Failure

The transfer case may have a design flaw that starves internal components of oil and causes the housing to fracture. Dealers will inspect the transfer case housing and replace transfer cases found to be defective free of charge to resolve the concern.

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