Porsche transfer case defect

Issue Status: Discussion

Along the same lines of other drivers: My 2012 Cayenne, out of warranty now, needs a new transfer case quoted at $5500 (replacement part and labor) by my local Porsche dealer. This is outrageous! Porsche should be responsible for a repair of this nature, especially when they used a defective part to start with!


Shera J. said
107 days ago
Same issue with my 2013 Porsche Cayenne. Currently in the shop now, dealer is say $5000+ for repair. This is a common issue which can be dangerous. I feared for my life driving on the highway. Car was making very strange bumping noises and acceleration was off too. This needs to be addressed before someone gets injured.

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