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Checked the water level in the expansion tank that is fine.
It's probably the sensor which is in the expansion tank. No harm just a nuisance
Posted on Dec 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like blown head gasket (or worse) still to me.
Remove oil filler cap and look for grey oil.
Never use water these days but special coolant. Water makes vapour spots and cause block cracks, worse then blown gaskets!!!
vapour does not cool very well.
Look like you have cracks already.
Take a compression test if possible. But might not show op at that temperature.
The gauge indication troubles me.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
when water temperature rises it's an indication off a head gasket busy blowing or already blown.this would blow water into the oil. make sure you don't have the engine overheating. this could cause a number off other headaches. have the car towed to a good mechanic. do not use the agents because they will make you hate porsche. I take take it it has the flat six engine and will use two head gaskets on each side. I would order this and buy it myself. you will save money. give it to the mechanic who only does the labour. people think that when you drive a porsche there is money to be wasted. take care
Posted on May 08, 2010
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