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2004 Porsche Cayenne – Keyless Entry Problem

From the very beginning, I have had this problem with my 2004 Porsche Cayenne Turbo. It has the keyless entry option but it really isn’t keyless when it comes to locking it. Take a look at this video to see what I mean. It drives me CRAZY! But, it behaves perfectly at the dealer.

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9 Comments

  1. the problem is that your second key is in the car, then the car can´t lock

  2. This is simple. Go to Menu. Switch off Auto Unlock. It will stop. Just as easy as that. I had the same problem.

  3. Symptoms of bad door microswitches that are signaling the car if door is open or closed.Common problem on all VW models.

  4. I have the same issue with my Porsche Cayenne but it does not do it every time. I just lock it from bit far and it works.

  5. Was any of these suggestion the cause of your problem?  I know I’m a little late, but this is my first time seeing your video.  Just want to know the answer since you have yet to update on this, if you were planning to.  Thanks

  6. mine unlocks driver side but I have to open drivers door then click again to open passenger side…i bought new key fob $380 and still nada

  7. У тебя кажется чувак одна из дверей открыта, ты нас не наебывай тут

  8. Porsche is not for you.  Go get a Honda or Toyota!

  9. Update – Part of the problem turned out to be the way that I was grabbing the door handle.  I wrapping my hand around it before pressing the button on the handle. An ace dealer mechanic at Rusnak diagnosed that.
    Since I stopped doing that, the incidence rate has dropped 80%.  But, it still does happen.  Just no huge battles like before.  And no, the key is not in the car (good one).  And, all batteries are in good shape (regularly checked by dealer).

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