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    2008 Porsche Cayenne Turbo

    Posting for a friend - let me know if you are interested and I will put you in touch. His description:

    Beautiful Cayenne Turbo with 4.8 litre Twin Turbo V8 pushing 500hp and 516 lb/ft torque. Lots of fun to drive and insanely fast but unfortunately I need to sell and get a truck for work. Comes with PDCC, Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control. Black on Black full leather with Alcantara headliner.

    Comes with two sets of wheels: 22" summer wheels on 285/35/22 Atturo AZ850 rubber (new last summer) comes with TPMS 18" Winters on Michelin Lattitude X ice Rubber. Currently sitting at 199,XXX kms. This will go up as it is my daily driver.

    Priced for a quick sale at $15,500 obo

    This Cayenne spent its entire life in Vancouver until I bought it two years ago (two winters)

    The cylinders have been bore scoped to ensure there is NO bore scoring (beware of Cayennes with scored cylinders, insanely expensive fix)

    Over the last two years the following work has been completed. This vehicle is ready for many more great years of reliability on the road.
    • New brake pads/rotors (spring 2018)
    • New tandem pump (summer 2019)
    • New PDCC sway bar (Summer 2019)
    • Factory tow hitch and wiring (Summer 2018)
    • Drive shaft and support bearing replacement (spring 2018)
    • Complete wiring/harness replacement (winter 2020)


    This SUV is loaded with factory options.
    • Full Black Leather
    • Complete Power Options
    • Upgraded BOSE Sound System
    • Alcantara Headliner
    • sunroof
    • Keyless Entry
    • Navigation
    • Front & Rear Park Sensors
    • Heated Front Seats
    • Heated Rear Seats
    • Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control - PDCC
    • Roll up Sunscreens Rear Windows
    • 22" Wheels
    • Air suspension w/self-levelling ride height control
    • Alarm system with ultrasonic interior surveillance
    • Power Fold Mirrors
    • Power Tailgate
    • Too many more options to list


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    Erik

    1980 911SC - Black, 3.2 litre short stroke
    2002 BMW M3 - Carbon Black over Cinnamon

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    Erik

    1980 911SC - Black, 3.2 litre short stroke
    2002 BMW M3 - Carbon Black over Cinnamon

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    with only ~200k kms lots of life left; good luck with the sale (Jeff, you seeing this?)
    '93 928 GTS 5 speed
    Polar Silver/Linen, 192k kms

    '88 928 S4 A/T
    Black/Ivory, 190k kms

    '09 Cayenne GTS Tiptronic
    Nordic Gold/Black, +300k kms

    '88 928 S4 A/T
    Red/Champagne, 110k miles (US car)

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    Thanks Malcolm!
    Erik

    1980 911SC - Black, 3.2 litre short stroke
    2002 BMW M3 - Carbon Black over Cinnamon

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    Sad thing is with the money I spent fixing the engine in ours I could have bought this one and had $10k to spare. *sigh* Good luck with the sale. Looks like a good vehicle.

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    to confirm "Complete wiring/harness replacement (winter 2020)"

    was there a fire?
    '93 928 GTS 5 speed
    Polar Silver/Linen, 192k kms

    '88 928 S4 A/T
    Black/Ivory, 190k kms

    '09 Cayenne GTS Tiptronic
    Nordic Gold/Black, +300k kms

    '88 928 S4 A/T
    Red/Champagne, 110k miles (US car)

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolm View Post
    to confirm "Complete wiring/harness replacement (winter 2020)"

    was there a fire?
    My guess is they had a bunch of random codes being thrown up that lead to replacement of the wiring harness. I am going through the same thing on my rebuild. We just replaced the fuse box hoping that would fix it. I know prior to the engine destroying itself the Webasto heater was not working and was told by the dealer that the two computers were not talking to each other. It appears wiring could be a problem and that is why I think they replaced the harness. That was my experience with the same year, make, model, options, color, features. LOL But best if the owner gives their feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolm View Post
    to confirm "Complete wiring/harness replacement (winter 2020)"

    was there a fire?
    Basically, what other Erik said. No fire. Wouldn't start one day and was showing codes, so he towed the car to Tunedub where George diagnosed the issue as a bad harness.
    Erik

    1980 911SC - Black, 3.2 litre short stroke
    2002 BMW M3 - Carbon Black over Cinnamon

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMR 968 Turbo View Post
    My guess is they had a bunch of random codes being thrown up that lead to replacement of the wiring harness. I am going through the same thing on my rebuild. We just replaced the fuse box hoping that would fix it. I know prior to the engine destroying itself the Webasto heater was not working and was told by the dealer that the two computers were not talking to each other. It appears wiring could be a problem and that is why I think they replaced the harness. That was my experience with the same year, make, model, options, color, features. LOL But best if the owner gives their feedback.
    You could always buy this and sell the project
    Erik

    1980 911SC - Black, 3.2 litre short stroke
    2002 BMW M3 - Carbon Black over Cinnamon

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikA View Post
    Basically, what other Erik said. No fire. Wouldn't start one day and was showing codes, so he towed the car to Tunedub where George diagnosed the issue as a bad harness.
    thanks, I wasnt aware that the harness could be problematic other than when...........wait a minute, I did experience the 'wet drivers floor mat' issue which in turn affects the wiring along the sill causing all sorts of Xmas dash display. Replaced the 10 YO batt and soldered a couple of wires, good for another 300k!

    BOT, I do have a friend interested, Ive passed on this thread, GLWTS
    '93 928 GTS 5 speed
    Polar Silver/Linen, 192k kms

    '88 928 S4 A/T
    Black/Ivory, 190k kms

    '09 Cayenne GTS Tiptronic
    Nordic Gold/Black, +300k kms

    '88 928 S4 A/T
    Red/Champagne, 110k miles (US car)


 

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