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OP's car is completely out of warranty by year and mileage. Obviously, the PDK was not serviced at 4 years/60k miles (should be 40k miles?).

It is a bad situation. There is no reason for Porsche to provide any goodwill. Now I wonder whether a 3rd party extended warranty would cover the repair even if OP had one since the car was not serviced per Mfg's schedule.

OP's only course is to contact Porsche corporate and be extra nice to see if they offer any partial goodwill.
 

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It is probably not related but that's a good excuse to dealer/Porsche for not following the maintenance schedule.
 

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That “clunk” sounds normal. Drive it like a Porsche is the way to go for PDK.
 

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What transmission fluid wad changed? Was it the PDK fluid? They are 2 different types of fluid.

How could the dealer make such a glaring mistake? Could it be something else?
 

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1. Probably the main cause/symptom.
2. TC problem shouldn’t trigger error messages.
3. Seems normal. My Macan S does that once a a while.
 

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Porsche is really stepping up for its customers. (y)

I also did my part to recommend the Macan to my friend, who is buying one.
 

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You’re still within the 50k miles warranty limit so it’s quite possible to get some goodwill from Porsche.
 
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