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  1. The PDK is a great well built transmission but if you fail to keep that transmission oil changed on or before every 60k miles, your transmission wont last. The 7DT-75 (7 speed) and the 8DT (8 speed) Porsche Panamera PDK transmission can be very expensive to replace. Nearly $20,000 for a new one or $5,000 for a used one. Sometimes all it takes is failure to change the PDK oil on or before required intervals or using launch control too often or worst of all...using launch control procedure when you dont even have launch control option. This will burn up your clutch and it will eventually start t
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