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  1. Hi Larry, I have just read your post, sorry to hear but I am in the same boat I own cayenne 2004 s v8, purchased from opc, fully serviced by opc so it would have no problems, however never had the warranty. It began shuddering, mis firing, I took it to opc they did a compression test and confirmed that cylinder 7 was showing no compression. TO continue investigating they need to strip the engine down and see if piston, bore, scoring or valve damage. They have said that it is possible it may need new engine, like you hav pointed out, the cars value and new engine value are not far apart,
  2. Hi Larry, I have just read your post, sorry to hear but I am in the same boat I own cayenne 2004 s v8, purchased from opc, fully serviced by opc so it would have no problems, however never had the warranty. It began shuddering, mis firing, I took it to opc they did a compression test and confirmed that cylinder 7 was showing no compression. TO continue investigating they need to strip the engine down and see if piston, bore, scoring or valve damage. They have said that it is possible it may need new engine, like you hav pointed out, the cars value and new engine value are not far apart,
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