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Hi, i'm new to this board and to Porsche in general. I purchased my first porsche a little over 3 weeks ago. It's a 2003 Speed yellow C4S (options: Xenons, PSE, CF steering wheel, handbrake, dash, shifter, yellow seat belts, deviated yellow stitching in the dash, seats, doors, CD changer)

I get this wind noise on the driver side door right behind my head only when the sunroof is tilted open. Other than that the noise does not creep up again. Is this normal or should i have the dealer fix this problem? Not sure if i want to make a big deal of it yet.

Also my gas cap hasn't stayed open since the day i bought it. Is there a quick fix for that?

On top of that, I was going to have my oil changed after break to clean out pieces of metal often found when wearing in a new engine. But now i'm reading online that it's not really necessary. I have about 2,200 miles on my car. What do you guys think, should i change it?

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Sometimes there is an air leak if the window does not seal properly -- more noticeable when you add the pressure of the open sunroof. Sometimes it's just cleaning the rubber around the window and sometimes they need to adjust the window.

Yes, your gas cap flap (I assume that's what you mean) should stay open when refueling. There is both a hinge and a spring to keep it open. Sounds like your spring is missing or broken.

Both items should be fully covered under warranty so I would let the dealer fix them.

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