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Annoying squeak in pano roof headlining


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I've been a member since i got my '07 CTT a few months ago and have been browsing this forum with interest. This is my first post so please be gentle.

I have noticed a squeak coming from the front end of the roof headlining somehere around the panoramic roof controls. It happens on the slightest of bumps in the road whether or not the roof is open. And given the state of the roads it is almost incessant and beginning to annoy me now.

I can put pressure on the headliining and roof control area but nothing seems to stop it so it must be something inside the lining somewhere. Has Anybody else had this and solved it?

It's in the OPC for a PDCC reservoir change in a few weeks so i'll get them to investigate but i would appreciate a few pointers.

Also, car is Approved Used so came with a warranty- would sorting this out be covered normally?

Thanks in advance.

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I'm not sure of the wording in the UK warranty but this is an extract from the PCNA warranty:

Note: Your vehicle is a mechanical device. All mechanical devices make some sort of noise and/or vibration, and these

noises and vibrations can differ from vehicle to vehicle. Porsche Cars N.A. recognizes those noises as normal and characteristic

of the product. Normal noises or vibrations as determined by Porsche Cars N.A. can be anything from brake squeal to road

vibration. Therefore, normal noise and/or vibration and/or deterioration as determined by Porsche Cars N.A. or its representative

are not covered by our new car Limited Warranty.

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