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2009 997 C2S. Flat right rear tire.

Bought the tire ins when I got the car.

Sooooo,,,,,,,I took it in when I noticed the drop in press.

Went to work with 20 psi, worked all day and pumped it up with the included pump.

The pump worked well. Got it up to 36 psi in about 7-8 min.

Took it into the dealer and got a new $500 tire at no expense to me.

Left happily after about 45 min incl a car wash.


I stopped to check things out after a couple of blocks.....you know, anal.

Lo and Behold.........some SOB had jacked my original tire stem caps!! WTF???!!!

Drove back to the dealer and asked for my caps. "Duhhh,,,,what caps??"

"We don't know where they are."

Well, they tried to make nice and offered me other caps. I told them I just wanted my original caps.

Nobody knew "nothing", so I left. Couldn't prove anything. The acutal caps weren't the issue.

Before leaving I looked the service mgr in the eye and told him they had a problem.

How assinine and unprofessional, over a stupid set of valve stem caps.

What has happened to America? :angry:

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