Porsche Cayman S
Suitable for Ages 3 & Older. Features: * Accurately reproduced die cast bodywork. * Lift the bonnet to reveal the cargo area. * Raise the rear deck to find the detailed engine compartment. * Exquisite interior detail. * Opening doors. * Detailed chassis and exhaust system. * Vinyl tires with realistic tread pattern. * Realistically reproduced Porsche wheels, brakes and badges.
Part Numbers: 31122, B0010SDS1O
UPC: 0090159311225, 090159311225
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Caution! Risk of damage. The vehicle may touch the ground as a result of reduced ground clearance. f Drive carefully and slowly on steep slopes (e.g. parking lots, curbs, uneven roads, lifting platforms etc.). f Avoid steep ramps.
Danger! Engine exhaust is dangerous if inhaled. Engine exhaust fumes have many components which you can smell. They also contain carbon monoxide (CO), which is a colorless and odorless gas. Carbon monoxide can cause unconsciousness and even death if inhaled. f Never start or let the engine run in an enclosed, unventilated area. It is not recommended to sit in your car for prolonged periods with the engine on and the car not moving. California Proposition 65 Warning Warning! Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. In addition, certain fluids contained in vehicles and certain products of component wear contain or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Hot Exhaust Pipes
Warning! Risk of burn injury when standing near or coming into contact with the exhaust pipe. The exhaust pipe is hot when the vehicle is running and remains hot for some time after the vehicle is turned off. f To prevent injury, make a point of noting where your vehicles exhaust pipe is, avoid placing your legs near the exhaust pipe, and closely supervise children around the vehicle when the exhaust pipe could be hot. A hot exhaust pipe can cause serious burns.
Table of Contents
Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB). Setting and operating vehicle components when driving.. Portable Fuel Containers.. Ground Clearance.. Engine Exhaust... 5 Sun Visors...41 Safety Belts..42 Airbag Systems..44 Child Restraint Systems..50 LATCH System Child seat bracket on the passengers seat.53 Child Restraint Anchorage..54 Sports Exhaust System..55 Parking Brake...55 Brakes..56 ABS Brake System (Antilock Brake System).59 Clutch Pedal..60 Sport Mode..61 Porsche Stability Management (PSM).63 Porsche Active Suspension Management. (PASM)...66 Rear Spoiler..67 Fixed rear spoiler...68 Interior lights..69 Parking Aids..70 Ignition/Starter Switch with anti-theft Steering Lock..72 Starting Procedures..75 Stopping Engine..76 Emergency Flasher Switch..77 Light Switch on Vehicles with Bi-Xenon Headlights.78 Light Switch on Vehicles with Halogen Headlights.80 Turn Signal / Headlight Dimmer /Parking light / Flasher Lever..81 Windshield Wiper/ Washer Lever.82 Fire Extinguisher... 85 Automatic Speed Control.. 86 Cupholder... 88 Ashtray.. 89 Cigarette Lighter... 90 Storage in the Passenger Compartment. 91 Front Luggage Compartment Lid. 93 Front Luggage Compartment.. 94 Rear Lid... 95 Rear luggage compartment. 96 Trunk Entrapment.. 100 Porsche Communication Management (PCM) 101 Car Telephone and Aftermarket Alarms. 103 iPod, USB and AUX. 104 Roof Transport System.. 105 HomeLink.. 106
Readiness for operation of multifunctional steering wheel
The multi-functional steering wheel is ready for operation when the ignition and PCM are switched on.
The vanity mirror on the rear of the sun visor is covered by a lid. Warning! Risk of injury in an accident or risk of damage to mirror lid. f Keep the lid closed while driving. Risk of damage. f Do not force the lid beyond its end position. The vanity mirror illumination is switched on automatically when the cover is opened (arrow).
f Swing the sun visors down to prevent glare from the front.
Warning! Always make sure your and your passengers safety belts are properly fastened while the vehicle is in motion. Failure to follow safety belt warnings may result in serious personal injury or death. f For your and your passengers protection, use safety belts at all times while the vehicle is in motion. f Use appropriate child restraint systems for all small children. Proper wearing of safety belts f Safety belts must be positioned on the body as to restrain the upper body and lap from sliding forward. Improperly positioned safety belts can cause serious personal injury or death in case of an accident. f The shoulder belt should always rest on your upper body. The shoulder belt should never be worn behind your back or under your arm. f For maximum effectiveness, the lap belt should be worn low across the hips. f Pregnant women should position the belt as low as possible across the pelvis. Make sure it is not pressing against the abdomen.
f Belts should not be worn twisted.
f Do not wear belts over rigid or breakable objects in or on your clothing, such as eye glasses, pens, keys, etc. as these may cause injury. f Several layers of heavy clothing may interfere with proper positioning of belts. f Belts must not rub against sharp objects or damage may occur to the belt. f Two occupants should never share the same belt at the same time. Care and maintenance f Keep belt buckles free of any obstruction that may prevent a secure locking. f Belts that have been subjected to excessive stretch forces in an accident must be inspected or replaced to ensure their continued effectiveness in restraining you. The same applies to belt tensioner systems which have been triggered. In addition, the anchor points of the belts should be checked. f If safety belts do not work properly, see your authorized Porsche dealer immediately. f If the belts show damage to webbing, bindings, buckles or retractors, they should be replaced to ensure safe operation. f Do not modify or disassemble the safety belts in your vehicle.
f The belts must be kept clean or the retractors may not work properly. Please see the chapter CAR CARE INSTRUCTIONS on Page 203. f Never bleach or dye safety belts. f Do not allow safety belts to retract until they are completely dry after cleaning or this may cause damage to the belt.
f After inserting the ignition key, the PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF warning light lights up for a few seconds as a bulb check. PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF indicator lamp lights up The passenger's airbag is switched off.
Note The key switch for switching off the passengers airbag in combination with the LATCH attachment bracket are not installed at the factory. They can be retrofitted. f Please see your authorized Porsche dealer.
In order to ensure long-term functioning, the airbag system must be inspected by an authorized Porsche dealer at the intervals recommended in your Maintenance Booklet. Important information If you sell your Porsche, notify the purchaser that the vehicle is equipped with airbags, and refer them to the chapter, Airbag Systems, in the Owner's Manual (safety and disposal rules). Further information on the airbag system can be found on stickers attached to the sun visors. For special recommendations on the use of child restraints: f Please see the chapter CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS on Page 50.
Warning light and warning message
Faults are indicated by a warning light in the instrument panel and a message on the on-board computer. f Please see the chapter WARNINGS ON THE INSTRUMENT PANEL AND THE ON-BOARD COMPUTER on Page 166. f In the following cases you should immediately consult an authorized Porsche dealer in order to assure the airbag system is functioning properly: If the warning light does not light up when the ignition key is inserted or If the warning light does not go out once the engine is running or If the warning light appears while driving.
Warning light PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF If the airbag on the passengers side is switched off: Warning light PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF is continuously lit when the ignition key is inserted. Danger! Risk of serious personal injury or death from the passengers airbag. If the PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF warning light is not lit when the ignition key is inserted and the Airbag OFF switch is switched to the OFF-Position, this could indicate a fault in the system.
Key-operated airbag deactivation device
Operation of the ABS system
A wheel speed sensor is mounted to each of the four wheels. If wheel lock-up of either of the front wheels or the rear wheels is sensed during braking, the brake pressure is adjusted automatically until the wheel no longer slips. If braking forces approach the wheel lock-up point for all wheels (panic braking) the ABS system will intervene to provide a rapid rythmic braking. The proper operation of ABS is perceived by the driver as a pulsating brake pedal in conjunction with audible noise and perhaps some vibration. f If you experience these sensations while driving or a road surface with questionable traction, reduce vehicle speed appropriate for the prevailing road conditions. f If full braking should be necessary, press the brake pedal all the way down throughout the entire braking procedure, regardless of the pulsating pedal. Do not ease up on pressure applied to the pedal. The functional readiness of all the main electrical components of the ABS is checked by an electronic monitoring system both before and while you drive.
When the ignition is switched on the ABS warning light will light up while the system is electronically interrogated and goes out when the engine is started if the check is not yet complete. If the ABS warning lamp fails to go out, this indicates that ABS has been deactivated due to a fault. If the warning lights in the instrument panel and on-board computer light up while you are driving, this indicates that a fault has occurred. In both cases, normal braking, as in vehicles without ABS, is still retained. The ABS system should, however, be examined at an authorized Porsche dealer immediately to prevent the occurrence of further faults. f If the ABS system becomes inoperative, take your vehicle to your authorized Porsche dealer immediately.
Warning! Risk of an accident, resulting in serious personal injury or death. The control unit of the ABS brake system is set for standard tire size. If non-standard tires are installed, the control unit may misinterpret the speed of the vehicle, because of the variant data it receives from the sensors on the axles. f Use only tire makes and types tested by Porsche.
The clutch pedal must be depressed fully before the starter will engage. Warning! Risk of an accident, resulting in serious personal injury or death. f Always check the movement of the clutch pedal before driving and make sure that it is not obstructed by a floor mat or any other object. f Secure the floor mat to prevent it from sliding into positions that could interfere with the safe operation of your vehicle. Your Porsche dealer will be glad to offer you nonskid floor mats of the correct size. To avoid damage to the clutch and transmission: f Always depress the clutch pedal fully when changing gears. f Do not hold the car on a steep grade with the clutch pedal partially depressed. Should the free travel of the clutch pedal suddenly become larger, it could mean a malfunction of the clutch. f See your Porsche dealer for correction.
Average consumption and average speed The values displayed are based on the distance travelled since the last reset to zero. You can set the starting time for a measurement before or during the trip. Switching the ignition off does not reset the measurements. It is therefore possible to collect values over long periods. Disconnecting the car battery will cause these memories to be erased.
Tire pressure The Tire pressure function of the on-board computer displays the tire pressures dependent on temperature in the four wheels. You can watch the tire pressure rise and fall while driving. The display is only for information. f To correct the tire pressures, always use the displayed values from the Info pressure display in the tire pressure menu.
Warnings on the instrument panel and the on-board computer
If a warning message appears, always refer to the corresponding chapters in the Owners Manual. Warning messages are issued only if all measurement preconditions are met. Therefore, check all fluid levels regularly in particular, always check the engine oil level before refueling. Instrument panel On-board computer Text display on on-board computer
Seat belt Handbrake
Driver and passengers must fasten their seat belts. Handbrake is still on.
Ignition key not removed Replace battery in ignition key Ignition lock faulty, please go to workshop Ignition lock faulty, visit workshop now Relieve steering Steering locked Replace the remote-control battery. Have the fault remedied at an authorized Porsche dealer. Have the fault remedied at an authorized Porsche dealer. Relieve the steering lock by moving the steering wheel to the left or right. The steering wheel lock remains engaged. Have the fault remedied at an authorized Porsche dealer. Low beam/side marker lamps on Left/right parking light on
Lights on Parking light on
Text display on on-board computer
Check left/right dipped beam (low beam) also applies to: direction indicator, high beam, side indicator light, reversing light Daytime driving lights off Headlight beam adjustment faulty Front lid not closed Rear lid not closed Rain sensor faulty Steering wheel heating ON Steering wheel heating OFF Launch control active Drive Off Assistant failure Refill washer fluid LIMIT Cannot be accepted with vehicle stopped
The reported light is faulty. Check bulb. Have the fault remedied at an authorized Porsche dealer.
Daytime driving lights switch off when the engine is shut off. Switch on lights if necessary. Have the fault remedied at an authorized Porsche dealer. Close front luggage compartment lid properly. Close rear luggage compartment lid properly. Have the fault remedied at an authorized Porsche dealer. Steering wheel heating was switched on. Steering wheel heating was switched off.
Acknowledging warning messages
Warning messages can be deleted from the on-board computer display. f Push the on-board computer operating lever forward. You can recall erased warning messages in the INFO menu.
To avoid damage to the clutch and transmission: f Always depress the clutch pedal fully when changing gears. Make sure that the gearshift lever is completely engaged. f Only shift into reverse when the car has come to a complete stop. f When shifting gears, always ensure that the clutch pedal is fully depressed and the gear has fully engaged. f Select reverse only when vehicle is stationary. Reverse gear can be engaged after shifting the gearshift lever as far as possible to the left. f Select an appropriately low gear on upward and downward slopes. This will ensure optimum use of engine power and engine braking. When reverse gear is selected and the ignition is on, the backup lights are illuminated.
Permitted engine speed
f You should change into a higher gear before the needle reaches the red mark on the tachometer, or ease off the accelerator. If the red zone is reached during acceleration, fuel feed is interrupted. Caution! Risk of engine damage (overrevving) when shifting down to a lower gear. f Take care not to exceed the maximum permitted engine speed when shifting down.
Manual Transmission, Clutch
The positions of the gears are shown on the shift diagram on the gearshift lever. Warning! Risk of accident, resulting in serious personal injury or death. f Do not obstruct the pedal travel with floor mats or other objects. Nonskid floor mats of the correct size are available at your authorized Porsche dealer.
The Drive-Off Assistant assists the driver when moving off on hills. The vehicle must have sufficient road contact. The Drive-Off Assistant is available on gradients as from around 5%. Danger! Risk of accident. Assistance by the Drive-Off Assistant is not guaranteed when moving off on a slippery surface (e.g. on icy or loose surfaces). In this case, the vehicle could slip. The limits dictated by the laws of physics cannot be overcome, even with the Drive-Off Assistant. The responsibility for moving off on upward slopes is still the drivers, despite the Drive-Off Assistant. f Always adjust your driving style to the driving conditions and vehicle load, use the brake pedal if necessary. Risk of accident. If the Drive-Off Assistant is not functioning, the driver cannot be assisted when moving off on hills. f Hold the vehicle with the brake pedal.
f Depress the accelerator pedal beyond the fullthrottle point (kickdown).
Driving in winter
In wintry road conditions it is advisable to take steep inclines in manual mode. This prevents gear changes occurring that could cause wheelspin.
Reduced driving program
If there is a fault in the transmission Depending on priority, the warning Transmission emergency run in white or red lettering or the warning Transmission temperature too high is displayed on the on-board computer. Warning Transmission emergency run white Effects: Restricted gearshift comfort, Reverse gear may not function. Remedy: Have the fault repaired immediately at an authorized Porsche dealer.
Warning Transmission emergency run red Effect: Vehicle can be driven only until it comes to a stop. Remedy: It is not possible to continue driving. Immediately stop the vehicle in a suitable place. Have the vehicle towed to an authorized Porsche dealer. Warning Transmission temperature too high Effects: Warning jerks can be felt when driving off and the engine power may be restricted. Remedy: Do not hold the vehicle with the accelerator on a hill, for example. Hold the vehicle with the brake. Reduce engine load. If possible, stop the vehicle in a suitable place. Allow the engine to run in selector lever position P or N until the warning disappears.
Maintenance, Car Care
Exercise Extreme Caution when Working on your Vehicle... 186 Coolant Level.. 187 Engine Oil.. 188 Engine Oil Level.. 189 Engine Oil Recommendation.. 190 Brake Fluid Level.. 192 Fuel Economy.. 194 Operating your Porsche in other Countries. 194 Fuel Recommendations.. 196 Portable Fuel Containers.. 197 Fuel Evaporation Control.. 197 Emission Control System.. 198 How Emission Control Works. 199 Washer Fluid.. 200 Power Steering.. 201 Air Filter... 201 Combination Filter.. 201 Fluids/Oils for Manual Transmission and Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK). 201 Wiper Blades.. 202 Car Care Instructions.. 203
Exercise Extreme Caution when Working on your Vehicle
The CLC or AKI octane rating is usually lower than the RON rating: For example: 95 RON equals 90 CLC or AKI
Emission Control System
In the interest of clean air
Pollution of our environment has become a problem that is of increasing concern to all of us. We urge you to join us in our efforts for cleaner air in controlling the pollutants emitted from the automobile. Porsche has developed an emission control system that controls or reduces those parts of the emission that can be harmful to our environment. Your Porsche is equipped with such a system. Porsche warrants the Emission Control System in your new car under the terms and conditions set forth in the Warranty Booklet. You, as the owner of the vehicle, have the responsibility to provide regular maintenance service for the vehicle and to keep a record of all maintenance work performed. To facilitate record keeping, have the service performed by authorized Porsche dealers. They have Porsche trained technicians and special tools to provide fast and efficient service.
To assure efficient operation of the Emission Control System: f Have your vehicle maintained properly and in accordance with the recommendations described in your Maintenance Booklet. Lack of proper maintenance, as well as improper use of the vehicle, will impair the function of the emission control system and could lead to damage. f Do not alter or remove any component of the emission control system. f Do not alter or remove any device, such as heat shields, switches, ignition wires, valves, etc., which are designed to protect your vehicles emission control system. In addition to serious engine damage, this can result in a fire if excess raw fuel reaches the exhaust system. f Do not continue to operate your vehicle if you detect engine misfire or other unusual operating conditions.
Warning! Danger of fire resulting in serious personal injury or death. f Do not park or operate the vehicle in areas where the hot exhaust system may come in contact with dry grass, brush, fuel spill or other flammable material. f If your car catches on fire for any reason, call the fire department. Do not endanger your life by attempting to put out the fire.
Danger! Danger of fire resulting in serious personal injury or death. f Do not apply additional undercoating or rustproofing on or near the exhaust manifold, exhaust pipes, catalytic converters or heat shields. During driving the substance used for undercoating could overheat and ignite.
How Emission Control Works
When an automobile engine is running, it uses energy generated through the combustion of a mixture of air and fuel. Depending on whether a car is driven fast or slowly or whether the engine is cold or hot, some of the fuel (hydrocarbons) may not be burned completely, but may be discharged into the engine crankcase or exhaust system. Additonal hydrocarbons may enter the atmosphere through evaporation of fuel from the fuel tank. These hydrocarbons (HC), when released into the air, contribute to undesirable pollution. In addition, carbon monoxide (CO) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) contribute to engine emissions. They, too, are formed during the combustion process and discharged into the exhaust system. To reduce these pollutants, your Porsche is equipped with a precisely calibrated fuel injection system to assure a finely balanced air/fuel mixture under all operating conditions.
Danger! Risk of loss of control and serious personal injury or death. f If while driving, your vehicle experiences a sudden vibration or ride disturbance, and/or you suspect that possible damage to your tires or vehicle has occurred, you should immediately reduce your speed without excessive use of the brakes. f Stop the vehicle as soon as possible, and inspect the tires. If you cannot determine the cause for the disturbance, have your vehicle towed to the nearest Porsche or tire dealer to have your vehicle or tire(s) inspected. f Continuing to operate the vehicle without correction could result in a loss of control and serious personal injury.
Uniform Tire Quality Grading
Quality grades can be found where applicable on the tire sidewall between tread shoulder and maximum section width. All passenger car tires must conform to Federal Safety Requirements in addition to these grades. Treadwear The treadwear grade is a comparative rating based on the wear rate of the tire when tested under controlled conditions on a specific government test course. For example, a tire graded 150 would wear one Practical Tips, Emergency Service
and a half (1-1/2) times as well on the government course as a tire graded 100. The relative performance of tires depends upon the actual conditions of their use, however, and may depart significantly from the norm due to variations in driving habits, service practices and differences in road characteristics and climate. Traction AA, A, B, C The traction grades, from highest to lowest, are AA, A, B, and C and they represent the tires ability to stop on wet pavement as measured under controlled conditions on specified government test surfaces of asphalt and concrete. A tire marked C may have poor traction performance. Warning! The traction grade assigned to this is based on braking (straight-ahead) traction tests and does not include cornering (turned) traction, acceleration, hydroplaning or peak traction characteristics. Temperature A, B, C The temperature grades are A (the highest), B and C, representing the tires resistance to the generation of heat and its ability to dissipate heat when tested under controlled conditions on a specified indoor laboratory test wheel. Sustained high temperatures can cause the material of the tire to degenerate and reduce tire life, and excessive temperature can lead to sudden
tire failure. The grade C corresponds to a level of performance which all passenger car tires must meet under the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 109. Grades B and A represent higher levels of performance on the laboratory test wheel than the minimum required by law. Warning! The temperature grade for this tire is established for a tire that is properly inflated and not overloaded. Excessive speed, underinflation, or excessive loading, either separately or in combination, can cause heat buildup and possible tire failure, resulting in serious personal injury or death.
Important note Sealing the tire with the tire repair kit is only an emergency repair. Even with the tire airtight, it may be used only for short journeys in an emergency. The maximum permitted speed is 50 mph (80 km/h).
f Do not use commercially available sealant or tire inflating bottles. Use only the tire sealant located in the luggage compartment. Warning! Risk of accident, resulting in serious personal injury or death. f Have tires replaced by a specialist workshop as soon as possible. f Avoid hard acceleration and high cornering speeds.
The tire sealant and a compressor with pressure tester can be found in the luggage compartment. The tire sealant comprises: A filler bottle A sticker denoting the maximum permissible speed for the drivers field of vision A filler hose A valve turner and A spare valve insert. Danger! Risk of accident, resulting in serious personal injury or death.
A - Filler bottle B - Filler hose
Warning! The sealant is highly flammable and harmful to health. f Fire, naked flame and smoking are prohibited when handling tire sealant. f Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing due to caustic chemical properties of the tire sealant. f Keep tire sealant away from children. f Do not inhale vapors, due to consequent harm to personal health resulting in serious personal injury or death. In case of contact with the sealant:
f Use the tire sealant only in the case of cuts or punctures no larger than 0.15 in. (4 mm). f Never use the tire sealant if the rim is damaged.
f If sealant gets on the skin or in the eyes, thoroughly rinse the affected part of the body off immediately. f Change soiled clothing immediately. f Get medical attention immediately in the event of an allergic reaction. f If sealant was swallowed, thoroughly rinse out the mouth without delay and drink plenty of water. Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately.
The tire sealant can be used to seal small cuts, especially in the tire tread. Sealing the tire with the tire sealant is only an emergency repair, so you can drive to the next workshop. Even with the tire air-tight, it may be used only for short journeys in an emergency.
5.Screw filler hose B onto the filler bottle. The filler bottle is now open. 6.Unscrew valve cap from tire valve F. 7.Remove valve insert E from the tire valve with valve turner D. Keep the valve insert in a clean and dry place. 8.Remove plug C of the filler hose B. 9.Push filler hose onto the tire valve. 10.Hold filler bottle higher than the level of the tire valve and press it together forcefully until the bottle is completely emptied into the tire. 11.Pull filler hose off the tire valve. 12.Twist the valve insert firmly into the tire valve using the valve turner.
ABCDEFFiller bottle Filler hose Plug of the filler hose Valve turner Valve insert Tire valve
Note on operation The sockets and thus the connected electrical accessories function even if the ignition is switched off or the ignition key is withdrawn. If the engine is not running and the accessories are switched on, the vehicle battery will be discharged. Do not operate additional accessories for more than 5 minutes when engine is off. Continuing to do so may drain the battery such that it may go completely dead. Maximum power consumption for both sockets together: 70 W.
Defective relays should be changed only by an authorized workshop.
Electrical accessories should preferably be connected to the 12 V sockets. f Please observe the maximum power consumption. Note on operation The tire filling compressor must be connected to the cigarette lighter.
Alarm system, central locking
The status of the central locking and alarm system is not changed by disconnecting the battery. When the battery is disconnected, the alarm system ceases to function.
Load switch-off after 2 hours or 7 days
If the ignition key is removed, loads which are switched on or are in standby mode (such as the luggage compartment light and interior light) are automatically switched off after approx. 2 hours. The Radio/PCM is automatically switched off after approx. 10 minutes. If the vehicle is not started or unlocked with the remote control within 7 days, the remote control standby function is switched off (to save the vehicle battery). 1. In this case, unlock the drivers door with the key at the door lock. Leave the door closed in order to prevent the alarm system from being triggered. 2. Press button 1 on the remote control. The remote control is now activated again.
Central locking overload protection
4. Replace only with fuses of the same rating. We recommend using genuine Porsche fuses for replacement. Note f If a fuse blows repeatedly consult an authorized Porsche dealer. f Never try to repair fuses: you may cause serious damage to other parts of the electrical system.
In order to prevent damage to the electrical system due to short circuits and overloads, the individual circuits are protected by fuses. The fuse box is located in the drivers footwell.
A - Plastic gripper B - Spare fuses
1. Switch off the load with the defective fuse. 2. Pull off plastic cover at the finger hole (arrow). The fuse plan and instructions for emergency unlocking of the luggage compartment lid can be found on the inner side of the cover. 3. Remove the corresponding fuse from its slot using the plastic gripper A in order to check it. A blown fuse can be identified by the melted metal strip.
*The maximum gross weight must not be exceeded. Note: If additional accessories are installed, the useful load will be correspondingly less. **Use only Original PorscheRoof Transport System
Cayman Length Width Width with door mirrors Height Wheelbase Ground clearance Turning circle 171.1 in./4347 mm 70.9 in./1801 mm 76.9 in./1952 mm 51.3 in./1304 mm, with PASM 50.9 in./1294 mm 95.1 in./2415 mm 4.5 in./115 mm, with PASM 4.2 in./107 mm 36.4 ft./11.1 m Cayman S 171.1 in./4347 mm 70.9 in./1801 mm 76.9 in./1952 mm 51.4 in./1306 mm, with PASM 51.0 in./1296 mm 95.1 in./2415 mm 4.4 in./112 mm, with PASM 4.1 in./104 mm 36.4 ft./11.1 m
Engine diagram at full power, Cayman
Engine diagram at full power, Cayman S
ABS (antilock brake system). 59 Warning light.. 60 Adaptive sports seat.. 33 Adjusting Headlights. 257 Advanced Airbag.. 45 Air conditioning.. 110 Air conditioning compressor. 113, 115 Air conditioning system. 113 Air distribution.. 110, 113, 115 Air filter.. 201 Air intake.. 116 Airbag... 44 Cleaning covers.. 208 Function.. 45 Warning light.. 48 Air-conditioning compressor. 112 Alarm system..25, 103 Deactivating passenger compartment monitoring.. 26 Fault indication.. 26 Function indication.. 25 Not active.. 236 Alcantara, cleaning.. 209 Antenna.. 103, 104, 204 Antifreeze.. 187 Antilock brake system (ABS). 59 Warning light.. 60 Ashtray... 89 Assembly aids for wheel changes.. 227 Audio operation.. 101, 102 Auto-button, air conditioning. 113 Automatic Air conditioning system.. 113
Anti-glare mirrors..30 Car washes..204 Door locking..18, 24 Garage door...76 Headlight adjustment..79 Speed control..86, 87, 124 Transmission..178 Automatic speed control..124 Indicator light..124 Average consumption.135, 165 Average speed..135, 165
Backrest Adjustment..32 Release..32 Battery..239 Care...240 Charge state..239 Charging..240 Putting vehicle into operation..241 Remote control..244 Removing..242 Replacing..241 Warning light..132 Winter operation..241 Before driving off..8, 9 Belts..42 Cleaning..209 Tensioner..42 Warning light...43 Blower adjustment..110, 116 Blower speed adjustment..114
Brake Break in.. 10 Pads... 58 Pedal... 57 Wear... 58 Brake fluid Changing.. 193 Checking level. 192 Level.. 192 Warning light.. 193 Brake light.. 256 Brake light, additional.. 256 Brakes.. 192 Brake circuit division warning light. 193 Brake warning light.. 132 Fluid.. 192, 271 Fluid warning light. 193 Function... 56 New brake pads or linings. 58 Pads... 10 Parking brake.. 55 Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB).. 4 Test stand.. 65 Break in brakes.. 10 Break in hints.. 10 Bulbs Chart.. 247 Replacing.. 247
Capacities, overview.. 271 Car care.. 203 Car telephone.. 103 Car washes.. 204 Cargo partition.. 97 Carpet.. 209 Catalytic converters. 199 Cautions.. 186, 212 Central locking.. 236 Emergency operation.. 19, 22 In cars with alarm system.. 21 In cars without alarm system.. 19 Overload protection.. 236 Central vents... 116 Central warning light.. 132 Changing light-emitting diodes (LEDs). 256 Changing wheels.. 227 Check engine Warning light.. 132 Check engine warning light. 133 Opening the oil filler cap.. 189 Checking pressure.. 228 Child restraint anchorage.. 54 Child restraint systems.. 50 Chime.. 78, 80 CHRONO Stopwatch. 144 Cigarette lighter.. 90 Circulating-air button.. 110, 114 Clock.. 131, 164 Clutch.. 60, 176 Clutch pedal.. 60 Combination filter.. 201 Comfort seat.. 33
Checking pressure.. 228 Inscription.. 222 Loading information.. 224 New tires.. 10 Pressure. 214, 270 Pressure monitoring.. 151 Pressure plate. 265 Removing and storing. 219 Sealant.. 229, 230 Sidewall..222 Size... 222 Snow tires.. 220 Tools... 94 Towing.. 259, 261 Towing hook.. 259 TPM Tire pressure monitoring.. 151 Track.. 268 Transmission Drive-Off Assistant. 176 Fluid.. 201, 271 Manual transmission.. 176 Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK). 176, 178 Trip Odometer.. 125 Trunk entrapment.. 100 Turn signal Indicator light.. 127 Turn signal light, front Changing bulb.. 253 Turn signals... 81, 127
Warning lights and messages.. 166 Washer Fluid.. 200 Fluid warning light. 200 Washer fluid.. 271 Washer lever.. 82 Washing.. 204 Weights... 272 Welcome Home Function. 79, 80 Wheel.. 10, 213, 268, 269 Alignment.. 219 Balancing.. 219 Bolts.. 226 Care.. 213 Changing.. 229 Checking pressure.. 228 Inscription.. 222 Loading information.. 224 Securing bolts. 226 Security wheel bolts.. 15 Sidewall.. 222 Size.. 222 Tire pressure.. 214 Tire pressure plate.. 265 Tire sealant.. 229, 230 Wheels Assembly aids for wheel changes. 227 Care.. 207 TPM sensors.. 219 Windows.. 206 Anti-crushing protection. 28 Care.. 206 Opening/Closing.. 27 Index
Valves...218 Vanity mirror..41 Vehicle Care...203 Engine number.265 Identification..264 Identification label.264 Identification number..264 Lifting..232 Load capacity..225 Putting into operation.241 Safety compliance sticker..264 Washing..204 Vehicle identification number.264 Ventilation..113 Vents...110, 113, 116 Viscosity, engine oil..191 Voice control, button..134 Voice control, PCM..134
Washer nozzles. 82 Washer system.. 200, 271 Windshield Wiper blades, changing.. 202 Windshield wipers.. 82, 202 Replacing.. 202 Winter operation Battery.. 241 Coolant... 187 Engine oil.. 188 Jumper cables.. 245, 246 Locks.. 205 Seals.. 208 Snow chains.. 221 Tires.. 220 Washer fluid.. 200 Wiper blades.. 202 Wiper Blades.. 202 Wiper blades Care.. 206 Changing.. 202
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