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Changing your own hood and hatch shocks is a great and easy way to get started on DIY, or "Do It Yourself" projects. It should take you less than 30 minutes to do both the shocks on the hood and rear hatch, and you can save a lot of money from what a shop might charge. The only thing you really need to worry about is dropping the hood or hatch on your head. You will need to have a friend hold the hood up or brace the hood in the up position with a sturdy piece of wood. The hood is surprisingly heavy. That said, you do not want it falling on you when you are working.
Are you getting tired of having your rear hatch falling on your head? It's probably time to replace the hatch shocks. These are among the most disposable of parts on the Cayenne. They will fail - it's just a matter of when. Replacing them is a relatively easy task, however one that requires removal of some interior trim pieces. With a little bit of patience, you can replace your hood and trunk lid shocks in about 2 hours
Shown here is a new set of rear hatch shocks for the Porsche Cayenne. Replacement is relatively easy, but does require removing some trim panels to access them. In this article, I will go over the steps involved with replacing them and keep the rear hatch from falling on your head.