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GTSWade

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About GTSWade

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    Woodway, TX
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2014 Cayenne GTS
  • Former cars
    2012 Cayenne S
    2010 Cayenne

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  1. Few pics I took with my Nikon D810 https://www.flickr.com/photos/82871252@N05/23007152810/in/datetaken/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/82871252@N05/23302946405/in/datetaken/
  2. UPDATE. Finally got to speak to the GM at Park Place in Dallas and he has agreed to cover the damage, however he is stating that there is no visibile paint and body damage but will take another look due to my urging. I will have to pay for the car rental but insurance is covering all but $10 day and I can live with that. What helped was a very detailed email to him the night before along with pictures and links like posted above of this happening to other vehicles and he was genuinely concerned and wanted to help. BTW when did car rentals become so gross and nasty?
  3. Good evening everyone, I'm new at using forums so excuse me if I am not posting in the correct location but I really need some advice and assistance. I live just outside of Waco, TX and last Thursday as I was driving my son to school down I-35 we hear a loud boom, almost like a gun went off. My son looks up and see and hears the glass has broken on the sunroof (not the entire panaoramic just the front part). There were no cars around us, nothing hit us nor did we hit the sunroof from within, it basically self exploded like it was under immense pressure as the glass went up instead of down. Thankfully the suncreen netting caught some of the glass but there was damage to the body/paint on the rear section of the roof. I was warm in our garage 75 degrees +/- but the outside temps were low 40's high 30's that morning then the sun came out in force so not sure that had anything to do with it, cabin pressure, etc. Now here is the issue. I call Park Place Porsche in Dallas where we bought our last 3 Cayenne's they send a tow truck to pick it up that morning, do not hear from them until 7pm tonight and I am not happy. They are telling me since their service tech manager cannot figure out how this happened they will not warranty it....REALLY? So they can deny warranty because they can't explain it? Now I am set to call and talk to the service manager and/or the head of the dealership because I'm not buying it, I've done my research over the weekend and this has become a big issue with sunroofs over the years and it's not an unknown thing (even though they are playing dumb). What can I do?
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