Porsche unveiled its popular Second Generation Cayenne in 2010, with a turbo, hybrid and diesel version. Since then the German automaker has been producing this V8 much to the thrill of Porsche fans. However, as much as these cars are loved by their owners, occasionally problems do develop that require the attention of trained mechanics.
One of the problems that can be a source of irritation for owners of the Second Generation Porsche Cayenne, are unexplained squeaks that come from the interior of the car. Whether it's a clunk, knock or squeak, this can be quite vexing for car owners, especially when the origin of the noise cannot be accurately determined.
Some owners may think they have isolated the source of the squeak to a particular place in the car, such as the door panel or the dashboard. Some drivers believe the source of the irritating noise are the rollers under the passenger or driver’s seat. It might be a good idea to have someone else sit in the car with you to see if you can get a second opinion. The solution may be something as simple as cleaning the seat rollers and adding lubrication. Whatever the cause and whatever the solution, this is something that needs to be fixed for the sake of the driver's sanity.
If you are the owner of a Second Generation Porsche Cayenne and you are hearing a mystery squeak coming from somewhere inside the vehicle it might be time to bring your car in to an authorized German import technician. They will be able to isolate the source of the sound and provide you with the right solution.
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