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fwheelerjr started following Dealership stumped on part # for this rear wheel flap
I need one! What’s the part number? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Daily driven 10 C4S, same color, same alignment/misalignment? Considered having it addressed; but, it closes and functions flawlessly. Now, if it didn’t... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I FOUND IT! I'm amazed that I didn't see that panel every time I opened the hood. I want to say that the colors match perfectly, the panel alignment is perfect, and I didn't get the manual; but, they would all be lame excuses. I just didn't see it!Again, they didn't know where it was either?Thanks.
Thanks. The car was/is new and I must be blind not to notice the panel in that small space? Middle-age and progressive bifocals I guess. Anyway, I'll search more agressively in an hour or so. Ironically, they didn't know where it was/is, told me is was optional equipment, and then casually offered to sell me one? My first "new" Porsche and the dealership in-experience is not different than my Pontiac GTO in-experience. I had an 07 Cayman and the GM dealership didn't know their car was Australian?
I recently purchase a 2012 Carrera GTS with the center locking wheels. The very expensive removal socket was not in the front trunk floor tool kit. When I asked about the socket, I was told to check the front trunk floor tool kit. After I told them I checked, I stopped by and the salesman unsuccessfully checked the same area. He later called me and told me that some "manager" told him to tell me the cars did not come with the socket and it had to be ordered separately; and, that I could purchase it as "cost." Am I wrong about this? By the way, the entire set of factory manuals and documents could not be found and are on order at their expense.