Sure:Has ANYONE here blown an engine?
A last thing about this.I'll throw down (again) right here. Can ANYONE out there provide specifics on how PCNA denied a warranty claim using the basis of aftermarket parts on a Macan?
Wtf? I don't even know how that's possible. Did you remove the caliper when you painted it? I have so many questions.I purchased a 2016 Macan CPO last Feb and immediately modded it, first with GTS wheels and painting the calipers. I recently added the Cobb OTS tune and sprint booster and was a totally different animal. On Sunday, the brakes felt super mushy and as I drove the car through out the day, brakes kept getting worse. I finally received an error to pull over safely and top up brake fluid. I did so immediately, but the issue returned. I looked around my driveway and saw a puddle of brake fluid around the front passenger wheel. I had the Macan towed to Porsche dealership but first uninstalling Cobb and sprint booster. Upon inspection they said that it’s not covered under warranty due to the fact when the caliper was painted the brake line was pushed against the suspension causing wear and eventually leakage. Part is only $64 but labour is $400 worse part is 2 weeks for the part as it comes from Germany. I don’t qualify for a loaner since it’s not a warranty claim. It was over a year since it was painted, I guess high cost of trying to look like a GTS. The calipers looked good though.
Yea that sounds insane that they're trying to stick you with the bill. Out of curiosity, what was the video of? Is it evidence showing you that the drains were clogged?Hi all -
My 2017 Macan passenger rubber mats were wet after a large rain. Trunk spare tire well was wet as.
I took the car into my Porsche service center. They came back and said the drains were clogged and it caused the car to have water enter the vehicle and cause damage. They sent me videos and a ~$3700 bill to fix it all. They're saying the fix is for them to put in a wider drain line when they replace my currently clogged drain line.
I recently had the car serviced at an independent mechanic for the 30K service. They changed the oil, spark plugs, cabin filter, and ran through the service checklist to ensure the drains were not clogged.
I bought the car 13 months ago, with 18k miles on it, CPO'd. Is this something that should be covered by the warranty?