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About porschy1

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  • From
    Gainesville, GA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2006 Cayenne S
  • Future cars
    Cayenne GTS
  • Former cars
    1999 Carrera Cabriolet
  1. I had already submitted all of the paperwork in advance and had a claim number. The dealership told me that the partial reimbursement had come from the settlement fund through PCNA. Who knows. At least the problem got fixed with no starter or transmission seal/gasket problems from the leaking coolant. Also got new radiator hoses as we'll. Cayenne now has 90,000+ miles on it and still looks and runs like a new one.
  2. I have owned my 2006 Cayenne S since new. Last spring, I started loosing a small amount of coolant, no drips, just missing fluid. That was the trigger to get the coolant pipes replaced before more damage done. The total bill was about $2400 from my Porsche dealer here in Atlanta. The vehicle had about 85,000 mikes on the odometer at the time. I believe about $700 dollars was picked up by the settlement and I paid for the remainder out of pocket. At least I know now that my Cayenne has the aluminum coolant pipes in place. No issues since.
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