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Doubtful, and I certainly did not save enough to pay for a new drive shaft and transmision repair - a couple of other problems that should have been subject to a recall. I loved the car but the '05 and earlier models clearly have some design issues. .
Ignited - I am with you on this one. I do not understand the rationale for prorating the settlement based on mileage for owners of new/ACPO vehicles but only offering 25% of repair costs for owners of other class vehicles regardless of mileage (subject to a 120k mile max). In my case, even though the original warranty was still in effect at the time of purchase, I would receive $600 less because I purchased from a non-Porsche dealer. I called the settlement adminstrator but she referred me to PCNA. Anybody else find this inequitable or have any insight on the settlement terms?
I've seen similar topics posted but didn't find much specific guidance. I'm replacing the interior trim in my 05 Cayenne S, removing the alulminum trim and installing olive wood (OEM). Can anybody offer some guidance on removal and installation of the trim pieces? Now that I've bought a box of parts I need to figure out what to do with them :D .