Do you own an early model Porsche Cayenne V8, and have a mysterious coolant leak that you just can't seem to find?
Redline Speed Worx has seen this time & time again. The 955 Cayenne S, and Turbo engines suffer from a Porsche design flaw which causes this dreaded coolant leak. The original design of the coolant lines that run under the engine's intake manifold, and sit in the valley of the engine block were plastic. Due to the constant and prolonged exposure to heat over the regular use of the vehicle the plastic becomes very brittle, and will eventually fail.
Porsche engineers' have recognized this fault, thus developing an all aluminum replacement (updated) pipe. The redesigned components replace all the condemned plastic parts to prevent all leaks, cracks, and other failures. Not only does the aluminum replacement coolant piping repair the fluid leak, but it correctly solves the issue, and prevents it from ever occurring in the future!
(one of several aluminum updated parts installed below)
We recommend to all of our Porsche Cayenne owners that they avoid the stresses of being stranded when this DOES occur on their vehicle, and complete this service proactively. It is not a question of "if" but rather "when". If you would like to speak to us in more detail about this repair on your Porsche please feel free to Contact Us today!