Hi, I own a 2001 Porsche Boxster. In march 2015 I took it to The Porsche dealership Tucson to have both window regulators replaced, unclogged all drains, replaced headlight switch and an oil change. The final cost was $2300.
It was fine until it rained. I've had this car for 5 years and rain water never went in the car, Unfortunately the floor under the driver's side was flooded. My alarm went crazy. I removed the water and dried it, the car started but was unable to open the trunks, or roll down the windows. I did call the Porsche dealership to tell them that this happened a month after they had serviced it. They wont allow me to speak to a mechanic over the phone, I need to bring the car in. I just spent $2300 and need to save more in order to take it in. I understand that the central alarm control unit is under the drivers seat. Probably fried. Is this expensive to fix? Could the window regulator replacement be the reason I now have a leak? I hope they don't take advantage of me because I am a woman. But I am convinced something was not sealed correctly, if sealed at all due to the fact that this never happened prior to their service. Any advice or thoughts on this would be so helpful.
have the same problem?
Friday, July 31st, 2015 AT 12:26 AM