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No more warning lights!

barefoot

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I posted on here a few weeks ago about my ABS warning lights and my MIL light being on and off all the time. Then 2 weeks ago a radiator pipe failed and coolant poured out. I had the car transported to Darren at Unique Porsche near Bolton and asked him to go through the car and give it a once over fixing any faults they find. They put on a new hose, new front left ABS sensor and part wiring loom. A new 02 sensor and 2 new manifolds as they were cracked. Also a new fuel level float/sensor in the tank as it was playing up. Got the car back yesterday no more warning lights a working fuel gauge and a car that runs better than ever!

I have to say Unique Porsche are the best independent of any marque I have ever used. They always do a thorough job and they don't charge silly money. There were 4 996 Turbos in there yesterday one was having some lovely houndstooth new seats put in.
 
Very nice. There is a forum on here to review garages also, you may wish to post in there so other folks get the recommendation :thumb:
 
Robbidoo said:
Very nice. There is a forum on here to review garages also, you may wish to post in there so other folks get the recommendation :thumb:

I will do that as its very easy to complain all the time so it's nice to post positive feedback for other members to consider.
 

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