Thread: Wet Alarm
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Old 03-24-2008, 12:08 PM   #4
midnight blue
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Hi Guys,

I had the car towed to a reputible porsche mechanic in phila. and he told me the drains in the front got clogged and caused the flood. He has had the car for over a week trying to dianose and has come to the conclusion that the alarm is bad and needs to be replaced for a total cost of around 3,000 dollars.
When I bought the car the interior looked like new with no signs of ANY water. I think what happened was he installed the aftermarket control for the convertible top to sell the car and that is the cause of all my problems.

Thanks for your responses,
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