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Gas tank line to canister line broken. Needs to replace the whole tank

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I took my Cayenne S 2005 to a dealer and he said the tank line to the canister line is broken. He said is not possible to fix it and I need to replace the whole tank. I took the car to another mechanic and he showed me the line broken. Any body can help me? Do I need to replace the whole tank? Do you think is possible to fix the line? This is not a case of recall?

the part # is 95520107515

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  • Thanks for the replay.
  • The part number is 95520107515 ....and I was told I needed to replace the whole tank since the line is connect to the tank (one piece).
  • Well, how it get broken is a good question!!. I only sent it to a porsche dealer for maintenance......they wanted 3,500 to fix it (labor + part). I took to another place and they told me that i indeed need to replace this part (which is in fact $1,500). I think this is a material defect (anyone has a suggestion how to claim with porsche?).
  • I am trying to shop for a used one...........

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