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Purchasing a third party extended warranty

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I purchased my '02 996 in July of last year. Two days after I bought it the engine went. Turns out that the wholesaler that I purchased the car from never bothered to check the oil levels and (stupid me) I didn't either. The engine was replaced under warranty by a local dealer. Everything else has been perfect. I still have two years on the original warranty but I was contemplating purchasing an extended warranty. PCNA does not offer an extended warranty plan unless you purchase it from a dealer. So my question is has anyone else done this and how much should I expect to pay. I'm assuming around $1,500. I live in NJ and the car has 20K miles on it (5K on the new engine).

Any advice would be appreciated.

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Call your local Porsche dealership for information.

I'm trying to sell my Boxster S and found some very affordable 4-year extended warranty plans for it.

It's cheaper if you still have a factory warranty on your Pcar.

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