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GuyPC

2009 Cayenne S with 68k estimate miles of parts failure

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Greetings everyone, new here, seriously looking at a 2009 Cayenne S at 68k, trying to estimate miles/months of future parts failure.

Trying to budget my funds for future mileage parts failure. Any comments and suggestions are very welcome. Thank You.

 

2008-10 Cayenne Models

Upper front coolant pipe can slip out of housing due to a glue failure. V8 models.
Coolant will leak from the front. The replacement pipes are bolted in. Expect to pay about $450 for parts.

Driveshaft: center bearing support failure. All models.
If you experience vibration during acceleration, a thumping in the center of the vehicle, expect to pay $650 for the part.

Engine’s rear coolant crossmember to both left and right cylinder heads: The pipe slips out due to glue failure. V8 models. 
You will experience a coolant leak at the rear of the engine. To fix it, the engine must be removed in most cases. Expect to pay $250 for parts. Labor varies depending on whether the engine must be removed.

High-pressure fuel pump failure. V8 models.
 You will experience a longer crank time at startup and a loss of power when driving. Expect to pay $1,000 to $2,200 for parts, depending on the vehicle.

Vacuum pump failure: Oil from engine can make its way into vacuum lines and damage servos under intake. V8 models.
The check-engine light will display, and the evap system will fail. Expect to pay $180 for the pump, plus more items depending on how much oil has contaminated the system. Labor varies depending on the level of oil contamination.

Ignition coils (they have been updated many times). V8 models.
The check engine light will come on, possibly blinking. Do not drive the vehicle if the check engine light is blinking.
The engine will run rough. Each coil is $61, and all eight should be replaced at the same time.

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Article by Damon Lowney Sidebar by Peter Smith Photos courtesy Porsche Lead image: Cayenne fording a river. It’s ironic that Porsche, a company best known for its sports cars, sold more than twice as many SUVs in North America last year. In fact, the automaker sold more Cayennes than 911s...

 

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19 hours ago, GuyPC said:

Greetings everyone, new here, seriously looking at a 2009 Cayenne S at 68k, trying to estimate miles/months of future parts failure.

Trying to budget my funds for future mileage parts failure. Any comments and suggestions are very welcome. Thank You.

 

2008-10 Cayenne Models

Upper front coolant pipe can slip out of housing due to a glue failure. V8 models.
Coolant will leak from the front. The replacement pipes are bolted in. Expect to pay about $450 for parts.

Driveshaft: center bearing support failure. All models.
If you experience vibration during acceleration, a thumping in the center of the vehicle, expect to pay $650 for the part.

Engine’s rear coolant crossmember to both left and right cylinder heads: The pipe slips out due to glue failure. V8 models. 
You will experience a coolant leak at the rear of the engine. To fix it, the engine must be removed in most cases. Expect to pay $250 for parts. Labor varies depending on whether the engine must be removed.

High-pressure fuel pump failure. V8 models.
 You will experience a longer crank time at startup and a loss of power when driving. Expect to pay $1,000 to $2,200 for parts, depending on the vehicle.

Vacuum pump failure: Oil from engine can make its way into vacuum lines and damage servos under intake. V8 models.
The check-engine light will display, and the evap system will fail. Expect to pay $180 for the pump, plus more items depending on how much oil has contaminated the system. Labor varies depending on the level of oil contamination.

Ignition coils (they have been updated many times). V8 models.
The check engine light will come on, possibly blinking. Do not drive the vehicle if the check engine light is blinking.
The engine will run rough. Each coil is $61, and all eight should be replaced at the same time.

WWW.PCA.ORG

Article by Damon Lowney Sidebar by Peter Smith Photos courtesy Porsche Lead image: Cayenne fording a river. It’s ironic that Porsche, a company best known for its sports cars, sold more than twice as many SUVs in North America last year. In fact, the automaker sold more Cayennes than 911s...

 

 

My Previous owner MX History on major cost and costs under $500 was not included.

 

10/2014 RR 4 tires, alignment, oil filter, DFI servicing, brake fluid flush, pollen filter, and battery at 45K Porsche Dealership $3373

03/2016 Thermostat housing leak at 48K RR Thermostat, seal, antifreeze, and belt pulley at Porsche Dealership $1024

04/2016 Intermittent noise when turning at 48.5k - steering gear column replacement and 2 tie rods at Porsche Dealership $2881

11/2016 After 6 Year service maintenance/40K mile service at 50K - RR spark plugs, pollen, air, oil filters, and all wiper blades at Porsche Dealership $1486

08/2017 RR brake rotors & pads & sensors, RR front/rear marker lights, RR rear bumper trim, RR clips lower door trim, and cover lining rear repair 55.4K at Porsche Dealership $2507

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