Question about 2004 Porsche Cayenne
First of all, don't drive the car it will over heat and you will ruin your motor. It's not just water, its a mix of coolant and water, if its leaking it needs to be fixed, I suggest if you don't live very close by a shop to have it towed, if you live somewhat close fill it with antifreeze and drive it there, just make sure that the leak isn't very bad. If you have this little knowledge of vehicles then just have it towed or have someone you know assist you with getting the vehicle to a mechanic or atleast hvae them look at it first.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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