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Cayenne Turbo Gal

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    Beach City, Texas
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  • Present cars
    06 Cayenne Turbo
  • Former cars
    07 Corvette
  1. I was quoted $2500.00 by my local dealer to replace the tubes. I do not know that my tubes have cracked yet; however, I suspect they have since I have put almost a gallon of antifreeze in her in less than 3 weeks. Like some others here, I have higher mileage so I "may" be able to receive $375.00 back for the replacements. I have owned my Cayenne for just over one year and in that time I have had to make several repairs to her. As a matter of fact, she's in the shop now for her second round of A/C issues and on a recent trip up north, the park assist sensors decided to take a nose dive. The module had to be replaced and now the shop cannot get it to flash. For the amount of money I have put into her, I could have bought a newer model or even a brand new Cayenne. I love my Porsche, but these constant repairs have to stop! Is it possible to have a cursed vehicle? :eek:
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