On the other hand, it's my understanding that the Porsche-endorsed warranty is guaranteed to pay for covered repairs minus your deductible, rather than the buyer having to submit for reimbursement or fight with service, correct?
Have to reprogram my brain from refilling the old ICE, where I always replaced the nozzle first and then put the gas cap back on. With the powered charge door Taycan it's shut the "cap" and THEN put the cable back. :sun:
Interestingly, my SA said Porsche does not do auto PCM updates when you come in for service. But I mentioned having a screen freeze and an update to latest software was included on my detail sheet :like:
The profile with a timer works well for my charging and vehicle use scenario, as my rates are cheaper overnight but I have a charge anytime minimum set to 35%. I'm glad to see different options that work for many others.
Having everything up to code will likely help you sleep a bit better at night, too. It's been a long time since I cracked a NEC book but I don't think you're supposed to have anything else running off your fire alarm circuit.
Unfortunately, US cars just provide a single suggested pressure along the B pillar. In my case, it recommends 39psi front and rear which would be WAY too high for driving around by myself. Settings pressures according to the specific tires and loading in the owner manual made a huge difference...
It's been updated a few times, now January 20, 2023 as far as I can tell. Porsche doesn't seem to keep the online manual up to date?
I've been running 37psi front and 34psi rear on my summer 20" and like that setup. Taycan 4S with usually just me in the car.
After a lot of reading and looking through multiple reviews, I ordered a Grizzl-E classic this morning. It seems rugged and simple, and should fit well into my existing garage setup (existing Hubbell location and space on the wall). I really do like the Porsche PMCC and plan to leave that...
I had the fortune to test the GT e-tron and Taycan 4S back to back on the same loops; you see which I chose. For me it came down to a few minor details. The Audi physical HVAC controls are a plus and the overall layout was nearly the same as my RS5. I never liked the large plastic grill and hope...