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2003 996 RMS Warranty Period

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Vehicle Information: Model: 911 C2; Year: 2003; Body Type: Coupe; Total Mileage: 9500;

Having traded in my first 911, a 2001 car because of the propensity for RMS, and my feeling that by 2003 they would have sorted this problem, I now note that my 2003 911 may be included in the RMS problem which I sense is likely to become pandemic if you keep the car beyond the 25,000 mile mark.I believe Porsche should extend engine warranties on these cars, purely because of the low mileage during the 4 year warrenty period. I think I am typical in that I put about 5,000 miles on my car every year. Do you think that our club would have any influence in getting PCNA to respond? Assuming of course that you agree with my thinking.Frankly i am inclined to chalk up my Porsche experience as a great opportunity to drive the ultimate road car, but that's about it. The thought of forking out $12,000 plus for a new engine at 20,000 miles and 48 months because the company will not aknowledge the problem in its entirety, is a little beyond my sense of humor. And I might add, shows a certain disregard for the enthusiast, who after all, can take a great deal of credit for the tremendous financial performance of Porsche AG.Region: Mid WestTotal Mileage: 9500Car Use: Street use only

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