Hi People, sorry for the delay. The dealer decided it was washer fluid and asked me to drive to the dealership ( 84 mile round trip ) for them to have a look. It went in Wednesday, I got a courtesy car, they called Thursday to say it was a faulty pump for the headlight washer. The replacement pump was due in Saturday morning (today) and they would fit it for me to collect the car at lunchtime. I got a call lunchtime to say that the pump was not the fault, they did not know what was wrong and would have to get Porsche Technical involved. No indication as to how long this would be. They then informed that they needed the car they had given me for booked test drives and could I bring it in and they would swap it for another. I agreed to take it in, when I arrived I was informed that my headlamp washers were now working. They informed that a technician had just finished working on it, he had disconnected most of the hoses and blown them through, when he put it back together it started working. He confirmed he does not know why!
But it gets better! He told me he had taken the nose off the car to get access to the washers etc. Now all the panel lines/gaps do not line up, also some of the adjacent panels are higher or lower than the nose. I'm going to have to take it back to get his resolved. I feel this is the usual dealer merry-go-round starting, take it in with one fault, get it back with two .....on and on....
All in all a thoroughly dissapointing introduction to Porsche. I love the car, I've always wanted to own one but depending on the outcome of the panel fit issue I'm seriously considering rejecting the vehicle and fighting for my money back. My bubble is truly burst, if I wanted this much hassle I literally could have bought something else at half the price.
Porsche Experience, more like Porsche misery!