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Warranty on Catalytic Converters

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I have an 2008 Cayman S both cats need to be replaced . Epa website says 8 years or 80k miles. Called Porsche dealer and they said it's not the year of manufacture but the in service date? My I. Service date is 11/07 for 2008 model year . Which is correct? I thought the cats wild just be by model year which mine would be 2008 and would still be covered.

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I have an 2008 Cayman S both cats need to be replaced . Epa website says 8 years or 80k miles. Called Porsche dealer and they said it's not the year of manufacture but the in service date? My I. Service date is 11/07 for 2008 model year . Which is correct? I thought the cats wild just be by model year which mine would be 2008 and would still be covered.

 

The dealer is correct.  They use "in service dates" rather than model years as the car could have sat on the lot for a long period before being sold.

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