Porsche Cayman Repair and Maintenance Costs

A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your Porsche Cayman

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The national average repair and maintenance cost for a Porsche Cayman is between $2133 and $2607 per year. Repair and maintenance costs vary depending on age, mileage, location and service provider.

Porsche Repair Estimates
2006 Porsche Cayman Service Detail: Ceramic Rotors, Front
Brake Rotor Replacement
$9052 - $10067
2006 Porsche Cayman Service Detail: Ceramic Rotors, Front
Brake Pad Replacement
$472 - $729
2006 Porsche Cayman Service Detail: Front, One Side
ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Replacement
$175 - $251
2006 Porsche Cayman Location: Upper
Radiator Hose Replacement
$354 - $461
2006 Porsche Cayman Drive Train: Automatic Transmission
90,000 Mile Service
$1273 - $1716

Porsche Cayman Problems

Excessive Brake Pad/Rotor Wear is Not Uncommon

Depending on driving habits, brake pad and rotor wear can be excessive. Our technicians recommend regular brake inspection.

Engine Oil Leak from Valve Cover Gasket

An engine oil leak may develop for the valve cover gasket. Gasket replacement will be required to correct these leaks.

Rear Main Seal/Intermediate Support Cover O-ring may Leak Oil

Engine oil leaks can occur at the rear main seal and/or intermediate support cover o-ring; a revised seal is available. A careful diagnosis with proper tools is necessary to verify dimensional accuracy of the crankshaft to engine block.

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Porsche Cayman Questions

My 08 Porshe Cayman will not turn over after oil change (1 answer)

Car started smoking was told that it was most likely from oil overfill so I took it in had oil changed and placed to proper levels on the way home less than a mile it stalled and woul not start or turnover

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Porsche Cayman Recalls

Hood Latch Fails To Secure Hood

The hood upper lock may not properly secure the hood due to a manufacturing issue. As a result the hood could suddenly open while driving, blocking the driver's vision and increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will replace the lock on the front hood free of charge to resolve the concern.

Passenger Seat Airbags

81 vehicles are being recalled because their front passenger seats use a defective wiring harness used to control knee and frontal airbags. A loose connection can result in injury to the passenger in the event of a crash. Dealers will replace the front passenger seat free of charge.

The Seat Belt Anchors May Not Rotate as They Should

The mounting holes in the seat belt anchor plates may be too small. If the hole diameter is too small, the anchor cannot rotate around the fastening bolt as designed. If this were to occur, the seat belt may not be routed optimally around the seat occupant, or it may loosen at some point, increasing the risk of injury during a crash. Dealers will inspect the anchor plates and fastening screws and, if necessary, replace the seat belt. The Porsche recall number is AB02.


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Porsche Cayman Reviews

My 2007 Porsche Cayman is the most exciting car I've ever owned. I like it better than the new Corvette I had in 1994. It's not the fastest car on the street but it is one of the most maneuverable cars through traffic. On the highway you can forget driver's fatigue, it is comfortable and holds the road in all weather conditions at all speeds. The downside to this car is that it likes to go ...

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