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Porsche panamera adaptive air suspension noisy

From a cold start up, the front end suspension is very noisy going over speed bumps. However, after driving a few miles the noise stops...

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Need new shocks or struts the noise stops because the oil heats up in shocks or struts

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My front end squeaks when i go over bumps


The last thing you should do is blindly throw money at it without a proper diagnosis, to regretfully learn the problem still exists. Squeaks can be as simple as a worn shock mount, belt slippage, weather stripping in need of lubricant. or a myriad of other things that cost far less than a suspension overhaul.

If it is your shocks/struts, look for the outside of the shock cylinder to appear wet/oily. Hydraulic fluid leaks are proof your shocks/struts need replacing (best to replace all 4, but at the very least the front or rears should be replaced in pairs), and putting it off can certainly lead to a domino effect of failed components (fragged ball joints or tie rod ends, shredded bushings, excessive tire wear, etc..)

If you have a reliable mechanic, that's where I would head. However, if you are more of a DIY'er, grab a friend and head out to a vacant lot with some bumps where you can try and reproduce the problem. While one of you drives slowly, CAREFULLY, the other walk along side and try to pinpoint the source of the squeak (front driver side, rear passenger side, engine compartment, trunk, wherever). Note the speed and direction of turn when the squeak(s) appear, forward AND reverse? Does it happen when air temp is cold/hot, all the time? This is valuable info to relay to a mechanic.

The point is, suspension systems can be wildly complex and sensitive (as any BMW owner can testify), or fairly simple (think mid-70's leaf-sprung trucks).

Another factor is how many miles have you logged on your Kia? If you've hit 80k miles or more, this is when you can expect to start replacing many components that have reached the end of their service life.

With a little more info, a more precise diagnosis can be given.

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Hard steering when driving


check the power steering fluid,, check for slippage of the belt controlling the power steering pump, check the pump itself

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My 2010 porsche panamera had a leak under the right front dash board which caused water to spray in during a rain storm - carpet was soaked - they claim the car was missing some parts (drain hose - ...


I had the same problem. The Porsche Panamera has two evaporator lines . All other Porsches have one. The dealer did not know this..!! After three visits and two removals of all the rugs they discovered the second evaporator line. They unclogged that second line and it now seems the problem has been fixed. It was certainly interesting to see sudsy water on the entire floor after a trip to the car wash.

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My 94 olds 88 royale noisy front end on bumps and holes


It is time for struts (Shock absorbers) or more, have it checked by a suspension specialist, cars get dangerous when they have worn front end parts, not something to mess around with, and your car it at an age,,, Hope this helps, stay safe!

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1985 Porsche 944 Engine cuts off for split mili seconds.


check in the truck area where fuel pump relays and wires are.something is loose look at fuel pump relays and fuses see if they all the way in place.

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1998 navigator bounces if the front and knocks when you hit bumps


SOunds like a broken shock, or bad strut. Air bags or not, struts and shocks are what control bounce.

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1985 Porsche 944 Engine cuts off for split mili seconds.


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I'd definitely check the fuel pump, had a similiar fault with mine, all seemed ok until upon closer inspection there was a hairline facture around the inlet pipe on the pump which was drawing in air and losing the pressure in the fuel system

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Very bad shaking after hitting a bump


this is known as death wobble because it feels like you are going to die but slowing down will end it.

The cause for death wobble are:
  1. Worn or loose tie rod ends on your steering linkage.
  2. Worn or loose trackbar bushings or tie rod ends on the trackbar itself.
  3. front end needs alignment.
  4. and many others but the common reasons are listed above.
try to realign the front end. If it doesnt help, then you do indeed have worn steering / suspension components.

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