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Hi, I have exactly the same problem on my new 2009 C4S when I picked it up. I tried a number of leather treatments.. nothing worked. Brought it to the dealer who took photos and sent them to the factory. I was advised that "I must have done something to the seats to cause the problem". I persisted and was advised that new seat leather would be sent to the dealer who would install it on the seats. I did not agree to take this action. I could not imagine what these seats would look like when recovered by the mechanics... I'm still sick over this situation. Sorry I could not offer more encouragement.
Hello Friends, I have a 2010 C4S with 1800 miles. Just washed the car today and noticed a deep scratch on the windshield along the arc of the wiper blade. I live in the Northeast - had a harsh winter. It looks like it was from a sharp piece of stone on the wiper blade. It is deep enough to just catch my fingernail. Any ideas for repair. I'd hate to have to change the entire windshield.
Thanks for the advice. I did buy the Scosche adapter. The problem was solved when I plugged in the USB connector which is part of the iPod cable. When both are connected in the console, the iPod charges. You don't need the Scosche adapter. Try it - I believe it will work for you too.
There are some very attractive deals - you must search the inventory in a number of states to get features that you want - difficult even then. As for dealerships, I have purchased over 5 Porsches during the past 30 years and have observed a steady decline in customer service and dedication to the marque. There was a time when you could visit a dealership and talk with service staff or salesmen about a shared passion for the cars and expect special treatment and service. After all, if we wanted to just buy transportation, there are lots of cheaper alternatives. Recently, I have stopped giving my service business to one such dealership - Princeton Porsche. My advice to those looking for a dealer in NJ or Pennsylvania - stay away from Princeton Porsche. They have forgotten the importance of quality customer service.
I have a 2009 C4S with the ipod option. It does not charge while connected to the car. Is this the design or is there a feature that I have failed to activate?