it started after I returned from a four day trip where the car was left at the airport. I returned to find the battery dead and had the car jump started. For weeks all was fine, then the auto start/stop function deactivated followed by a check engine light. Porsche first thought it was tied to the thermostat, then later to a computer setting which was changed by the jump - to which they claimed to have reset the computer and the issue should be fixed. I got the car back and within 20 miles of driving the stop/start deactivated and check engine light came back on. I would appreciate any insight or recommendations.
why does my check engine light keep coming on in yellow? on 2010 Porsche Panamera Turbo
by gildelgado in Louisville, KY on May 25, 2011
ANSWER by dandd on May 26, 2011
The Dealership did not address and repair the problem , take it back and ask for you many back or make them properly repair the problem. Their assessment of the problem was inaccurate. I think that this is pretty obvious. Best of luck!