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The oil pressure looks good to me, it depends the engine temperature, 2 bar @ idle when hot is not bad.

For the other points, if i was you, contact an automobile expert for expertise the car and send a copy of his report with a copy of the bill-invoice and your personal complaints to Porsche import Ireland to consider and observe the procession of this for you inaccessible situation.


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Sorry to hear about your accident. The trouble with the OPC sounds very unprofessional too.

Your choice really as to where to go from here. You can put the OPC on record and say to them that you expect all the (listed) items rectified to make the car roadworthy or make your displeasure clear to them and take the car to an indi for a full report on condition. You can then use this to your advantage with the OPC if they begin to get sour.

I say it's your choice because depending on your relationship with the OPC, you should take the best course of action. If you go elsewhere too soon then the OPC may say that you didn't give them a chance for recourse after the shoddy work and may play difficult from here on. Personally, i'd get Porsche GB involved now and make it clear to them the poor workmanship so that at least the issue is on file, giving the OPC a chance to make good their mistakes. Then, if they still don't come through as you expect, they can't argue that you've been unreasonable.

Best of luck,


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