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2009 Cayenne Turbo S reliability


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I own that model with 90km. Just about to replace the driveshaft bearing. They are very good as long as you keep the maintenance up, oil changes, transmission as well.

They say the better engine which I have has less issues because the the cylinders are Structurally Honed. Not much data on this model, not many around as the cost 2.5 times the base model.

Does the engine look like mine, 9PAAN1 ?

 

 

 

 

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On 7/23/2020 at 2:11 AM, Rick150 said:

I own that model with 90km. Just about to replace the driveshaft bearing. They are very good as long as you keep the maintenance up, oil changes, transmission as well.

They say the better engine which I have has less issues because the the cylinders are Structurally Honed. Not much data on this model, not many around as the cost 2.5 times the base model.

Does the engine look like mine, 9PAAN1 ?

 

 

 

 

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Yep!  Just bought one and I see a small oil leak between trans and motor. It supposedly passed PPI at dealer

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On 8/20/2020 at 5:51 AM, moosey said:

Yep!  Just bought one and I see a small oil leak between trans and motor. It supposedly passed PPI at dealer

Is this line suppose to be here? When the car arrived immediately took off the belly panels to see this hose or some line zip tied to the aluminum bracket right below oil filter. When I drained the oil it was super dirty and I must have drained out about 11.5 quarts so it was definitely over filled. The belly tray under oil filter has oil leaking on for a bit of tome it seems. I cleaned everything drove for about 100 miles opened back up and can see small oil seepage coming from or near where the oil cooler is located and between where the two mail belly trays connect . It also had a ECS tuning oil filter housing and drain plug which was completely over torqued. What are the mail oil leak culprits down there? The valve covers have both been done and I don’t see any oil leaking from top of the motor. Thanks!

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