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    Aventura, FL
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    Porsche Cayenne S
    BMW X5
    Mercedes Benz C32
  1. My headlights were stolen last friday 3PM at aventura mall, we need any kind of safety for them, I don't want to keep paying 500 deductible each time they steal my lights, I think Porsche should come up with some kind of recall or safety device that disables the use of the lights once they are removed from the original car.
  2. Probably this is a stupid question, but when I read the manual of my new 997, it says that tires should not be fixed, so does it mean each time I get a nail I have to buy a new tire?? One more question, my car has in the rear 305/30/19 wheels, anyone has an idea how long will they last and the replacement value?? Thank you SF
  3. Hello Everyone. I have the same problem with my Cayenne S, it has now 4000 miles, and has been in service for more than 20 days in four different opportunities(I got it on MAY 25th), they have replaced the steering rack, the tires, and I must say the problem has NOT been resolved. I filed an arbitration complaint against PCNA where I said that I wanted them to repurchase my car since I am not satisfied with the vehicle, and they have not been able to resolve the problem, the issue is that they say that the problem has been solved and that they do not feel the vibration on my car. These people argue that the problem was only in my car, that they do not know about it and they say that when they test drove my car they did not feel anything abnormal, only the road. Of course they wont feel anything if they drive th car only for 2 or 3 miles and then they return the car to me telling me that they were unable to feel anything in the car and they think the car is perfect. When the represnetative of PCNA came to the arbitration he said tht the car behaves like that because it is the "road feel" and that that makes PORSCHE cars unique. That this is not a Cadillac and instead of treating me as a customer and try to resolve my issue, or to have a satisfied customer that perfecly could buy a 911 or any other car, he went against me and traeted me as some crazy person that do not know what I am talking about. I think I will file the lemon law, this week, because the arbitration is only BS, these people of National Center for Dispute Settlement are basically paid by them, and they only use them to buy time, and to leave the person frustrated and without energy to continue with the Lemon law process. There is one more thing.... this problem does nor occur always on my car, I mean, some times I am at 75 MPH and I do not feel it at all, other times if feels realy bad as if the car is going to break apart. There are days that I do not feel the vibration at all, and other days where I even feel it at 45. Is this the same you experience?? Please, I am starting the arbitration with the State of Florida, if you have any literature, or know of others that have claimed the LEMON LAW for their cayennes, and what they did, please let me know because I am tired of them trying to fool me around. Thank you SF :rolleyes:
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