Looking for Porsche Cayenne 958 2014 Diesel Factory Repair Guide? Then you come to the right article.
I found a license key for Adobe Pro 2017 and bought that for $40. Now my $12 pdf from China (11,000 pages) has a clickable index. See pics below. I’m sure this might work for various versions of Acrobat, if you can open a side menu on the left, and see the “bookmark” icon, clicking it should expose this menu. Note that you can also select thumbnails to show on the left, as another way to scroll through each section, say when looking for a photo.
One warning that I haven’t actually tried to use this for my specific model, 2016 Cayenne S, but at least happy to have it for when I truly need it. Also just bought a Launch X431 diagnostic tablet (8″) so looking forward to confirming it works alongside this.
One example showing clickable bookmarks:
My addition was more for those who don’t have wifi in their garage, or want to have the PDF so as not to rely on free online service that could disappear.
Looking at that link quickly, it looks like they’ve simply hyperlinked the same (11,000 page) manual. It looks good today, but with these sites, you always wonder if they’ll still be active a month or a year from now. If you get the pdf itself, you can see the same bookmarks as the links at this website, but you have to have an (unfree) version of Adobe, or other pdf software to see the bookmarks. Then it’s pretty easy to scan or search the bookmark list (table of contents) While I did report that I got a copy of Adobe Pro, it only worked for a few months so was likely not a valid copy. So now I use AShampoo pdf pro to read the manual.
This is the link most people get the pdf from on the 6 speed Cayenne forum.
Note also for parts diagrams you can see links to both Porsche and VW parts diagrams on realoem.com (BMW parts with links to other mfrs)
Or you shouldn’t need paid adobe to use the quick links. Open it with Google Chrome and hit the bookmarks button: