scooby64I have a Cayman and it comes in via the windscreen (under the rubber) as its not seated in one particular place opposite the battery etc, so worth checking the window rubber is good?Cheers!
Orv987Wilkey, thanks for the reply. Good to know as I intend to keep the car long term for towing. Goes in on the 23rd. I’ll post something once it’s done.Hi Wikey, the Macan went in and appears was leaking from the rear sunroof drain pipes that run down the side panels into the boot and then out behind the rear wheels. The garage apparent enlarged the drain holes to prevent further blockages. They changed the Bose and dried it out and re-gassed the aircon all under warranty. I think the battery was changed as well as I had marked the old one. I’m happy with the response from Porsche but still disappointing. My 20 year old Alfa still doesn’t leak. Anyway its back and smells better than it did, I still have the Mrs looking for her Jo Molone diffuser.
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