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hi, was wondering if someone could help,was driving the car today and all of a sudden the dash warning came on "low coolant" , a very short distance - 15km,later i got home the guage never went up to hot , in fact it stayed in the center the whole time , so no over heating occured, when i looked under the car the a/freeze was coming out of one of the 2 holes in the (what looks like a bell housing to me)the holes are only about 1/4 " in diameter, its confusing to me because it seems there is no a/freeze hoses near ...any thoughts...thanks

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The coolant pipes that run under the intake manifold are a problem on the V8 engines. Porsche has issued a TSB and updated parts to correct this fault.

awesome thanks ... will call porsche tomorrow, being a TSB will the fix be covered at 165,000 kms?

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In fact TSB's are a help for the network (kind of workshop manual), it shows what to do and how, but are not by definition warranty covered. Do a search, this water tube subject is covered frequently here.

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In fact TSB's are a help for the network (kind of workshop manual), it shows what to do and how, but are not by definition warranty covered. Do a search, this water tube subject is covered frequently here.

thanks RFM ..will do

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The coolant pipes that run under the intake manifold are a problem on the V8 engines. Porsche has issued a TSB and updated parts to correct this fault.

awesome thanks ... will call porsche tomorrow, being a TSB will the fix be covered at 165,000 kms?

okay called porsche , parts 1200and labour 1400, does anyone have the list of parts needed and if any special tools needed?i have all torx bits etc,and will try to download a manual for torque specs etc, any direction on this is appreciated...Tim

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The coolant pipes that run under the intake manifold are a problem on the V8 engines. Porsche has issued a TSB and updated parts to correct this fault.

awesome thanks ... will call porsche tomorrow, being a TSB will the fix be covered at 165,000 kms?

okay called porsche , parts 1200and labour 1400, does anyone have the list of parts needed and if any special tools needed?i have all torx bits etc,and will try to download a manual for torque specs etc, any direction on this is appreciated...Tim

found it in the DIY section...thanks

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