2013-2014 Cayenne – Manual

2013-2014 Cayenne – Manual

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  1. Remove valve insert E from the tire valve with valve turner D.
    Keep the valve insert in a clean, dry place.
  2. Remove plug C from the filler hose B.
  3. Push filler hose onto the tire valve.
  4. Hold the filler bottle higher than the level of the tire valve and squeeze it forcefully until the bottle is completely emptied into the tire.
  5. Pull filler hose off the tire valve.
  6. Screw the valve insert E firmly into the tire valve using the valve turner D.
  7. Connect the compressor and inflate the tire to at least 37 psi/ 2.5 bar/ 250 kPa.
    If this tire pressure cannot be reached, the tire is too severely damaged.
    Do not continue driving with this tire.
    For information on filling the tire:
    Please see the chapter "INFLATING TIRES" on page 312.
  8. Screw valve cap onto the tire valve F.
  9. After driving for approx. 10 minutes, check the tire pressure.
    If the tire pressure is less than 22 psi / 1.5 bar / 150 kPa, do not continue driving.
    If a value of more than 22 psi / 1.5 bar / 150 kPa is indicated, correct the pressure to the prescribed value.
    Information on tire pressure can be found under "Technical data" in this Owner‘s Manual:
    Please see the chapter "TIRE PRESSURE FOR COLD TIRES 68 °F (20 °C)" on page 339.
  10. Please consult your authorized Porsche dealer.
  • Also follow the separate operating instructions for the tire sealing compound.

Pressure Loss
A tire pressure sensor that is soiled with sealant cannot determine the tire pressure correctly.

  • When the defective tire is replaced, the tire pressure sensor must be replaced.

Damaged Tires
Damaged tires could burst causing loss of control of the vehicle.

  • Have the tire replaced by a specialist workshop as soon as possible.
    Inform the specialist workshop that the tire contains sealant.
  • Avoid hard acceleration and high cornering speeds.
  • Observe maximum speed of 50 mph (80 km/h).
  • Always observe the safety and operating instructions, which can be found in the separate operating instructions for the sealant and on the compressor.

Raising vehicle with the jack

Jacking Hazards
If the vehicle is not secured, or incorrectly secured, during a wheel change, it could move unexpectedly or fall from the car jack.

  • Make sure that on one is in the vehicle when jacking up and changing a wheel.
  • Never jack up the vehicle when it is parked on a surface that slopes up, down or to the side.
  • Only use the jack to raise the car for wheel changing.
  • Always place the vehicle on solid supports if work has to be carried out under the vehicle.
    The car jack is not suitable for this.

Switching Off Leveling System
Whenever it is necessary to raise the vehicle using the jack:

  • Manually set normal level and then switch off the leveling system.
    Please see the chapter "RAISING THE VEHICLE WITH THE JACK" on page 211.

Danger of injury and damage if the vehicle is not secured.

The vehicle could roll away.

  • Secure the vehicle against rolling. To do this:
    Please see the chapter "SECURING THE VEHICLE AGAINST ROLLING" on page 302.

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