Here's Everything the Porsche Dealer Found Broken On the Cheapest 911 *THEY FAILED*

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  • Savage Scotty? I'm so going to miss those fancy parties!

    Hoovies GarageHoovies GaragePrieš 6 mėnesių
    • i wish i could have any car right now i just started a job and don't even no how i will get to and from work every day but if you have any junkers laying around i can pay you in payments my address is 15779 ave 327 ivanhoe ca 93235 my name is john p martinez im realy serac about buying a car if you will work with me on payments

      Martinez John&KristyMartinez John&KristyPrieš 29 dienų
    • Did any have a SNG moment, hoovie is wil weaton grown up..... Lol any the wizard is a med bay hologram. His struts a bit limp, perhaps it's from EDF.

      Neil PerryNeil PerryPrieš mėn
    • Endless money pits as they age. 😆

      Mark McDonaldMark McDonaldPrieš mėn
    • Great video Hoovies Garage

      Wonder TowerWonder TowerPrieš mėn
    • @Achronic Deth Why, this is America and people should pay what the market will bare.

      paulgpaulgPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • This channel wouldn't be able to exist without Omega.

    Youtube UserYoutube UserPrieš 3 dienas
  • This is what I like about independent mechanic shops. They usually don't charge you for an inspection. Takes him 5 minutes to scan the airbag meanwhile Porsche wants another 1.5hrs at $190/hour on top of the $190 they have already charged this man. I had a similar experience at an Acura dealership. 45 minutes to scan the ECU for power steering faults for a warranty issue that they refused to cover... takes no more than 5 minutes to scan...

    JBL-GamingJBL-GamingPrieš 6 dienų
  • A used airbag module is at most a few hundred dollars from the scrappers :D

    JBL-GamingJBL-GamingPrieš 6 dienų
  • What about the IMS Bearing?

    RodRodPrieš 7 dienų
  • It is totally fair to compare the things that each mechanic found. It's not fair to compare their price with Wizard's special discounted price that he gives you.

    David WilsonDavid WilsonPrieš 16 dienų
  • This is definitely something to bulletproof you're self over time local shops custom style

    nick Goodnick GoodPrieš 16 dienų
  • They're not "dealers", they're "stealers"

    Andrew HarpinAndrew HarpinPrieš 16 dienų
  • F*** me mate, just get to the point. Way too much gassing about stuff nobody interested in.

    QuatersKKQuatersKKPrieš 17 dienų
  • German brand shop rates are your penance for screwing over the earned income working class for a living. You know you deserve it.

    LAFOLLETTERLAFOLLETTERPrieš 17 dienų
  • I had a Porsche Carrera 4S and paid over $6K over the course of 16 months for the St. Pete Porsche dealer to sort out the top opening mechanics. Finally got rid of it. Consider yourself lucky.

    jo bojo boPrieš 18 dienų
  • Fun to watch.

    Steve SoloSteve SoloPrieš 18 dienų
  • Crazy price at the dealership and they missed a lot of important item the Wizard caught. I'm not surprised.

    Alejandro RamosAlejandro RamosPrieš 19 dienų
  • The world would be a lot better place if we all had a wizard in our life. It’s almost impossible to find a honest mechanic. Especially when it comes to diesel trucks and they find out you work in the oilfield. They automatically assume your a millionaire.

    JOSHJOSHPrieš 21 dieną
  • This video underscores why I try to do as much of my own maintenance as I possibly can on my vehicles. Dealer visits are a last ditch effort to save me from having to replace a car...or get a recall done.

    Tim DoyleTim DoylePrieš 21 dieną
  • anyone wanna link these auctions?

    phantommaggotxxxphantommaggotxxxPrieš 21 dieną
  • As I was told by my Dallas Porsche dealer, "if you can afford a Porsche, you can afford our service." That is why I sold mine the next week.

    asiaexpat62asiaexpat62Prieš 24 dienas
  • Boring. Talk, talk, talk until the car wizard.

    Michael PriceMichael PricePrieš 26 dienų
  • This sounds like a Sonic automotive center. We have something like this here in Franklin, TN....Porsche, Mini, Jaguar, Audi all have their own little areas and then Mercedes is on the other side of the interstate...all owned by Sonic Automotive. We bought our S500 from the MB dealer, they persuaded us since "we are a dealership and certified MB technicians have gone over this car closely"....but they didn't even catch the accelerator pedal failure (common problem in those cars). Push the pedal to the floor and the car doesn't go...drive by wire pedal. I got a genuine MB one from ebay and installed it myself in 20 minutes for $150. But other issues with the dealership...we won't buy from a Sonic dealership ever again. I have an indie VW/Audi/Porsche repair place I take my VW to. They are honest and fair and have ALWAYS done the job right the first time.

    Greg CrabbGreg CrabbPrieš 26 dienų
  • If it IMS wasn't updated, it'd be insane not to do it on a running 175K 996 motor.

    Paul AndersPaul AndersPrieš 27 dienų
  • What about the IMS etc.

    Billy GoreBilly GorePrieš 27 dienų
  • Wow rich people problems. 40 million out of work. In my state Illinois 1 million would have been evicted bit govenor gave 1 month moratorium extension. Keep crying.

    WoodysdrumsWoodysdrumsPrieš 28 dienų
  • More than 2 minutes with this guy and I'm very annoyed. Who subscribes to this dweeb?

    Keith HoekstraKeith HoekstraPrieš 28 dienų
  • THATS A BEAUTIFUL CAR

    Martinez John&KristyMartinez John&KristyPrieš 29 dienų
  • Definitely depends on the shop. I rarely go to Porsche Grand Rapids, always do everything myself (85' 944 so pretty easy to work on and learn), or use an independent shop if its something I can't do in a parking lot or I don't have the tools to, but never had a problem with them. Once explained the part I needed for my steering wheel (later found out they are called horn sleeves), and they knew what I was talking about, ordered them, and I picked them up a week later for $5 + Tax. Sucks that you had to go through this crap.

    Vladislav RobinsonVladislav RobinsonPrieš mėn
  • You wouldn't really use Bosch plugs would ya? Tell me it aint so wizard.

    space14605space14605Prieš mėn
  • Where is your masK?

    Jacob MichalsJacob MichalsPrieš mėn
  • $7000 for an oil change, two filters, and turning two screws.

    Alphabeto K9.StaticsAlphabeto K9.StaticsPrieš mėn
  • Thanks Jeff Goldbloom. Your making my head hurt

    CDM CDMCDM CDMPrieš mėn
  • The Wizard is tops, such a cool guy.

    Tangentlife.comTangentlife.comPrieš mėn
  • You paid for an hour inspection and you got an hour long inspection. We see this all the time when someone brings in a 15-20 yr old Porsche with a ton of miles and hate when you give them a real inspection for everything you truly need and its a $15-20k quote, they freak out that they didn't even pay for that for the car. So the dealer is bad if you don't quote everything you need and bad when you do.

    jason englandjason englandPrieš mėn
  • I'm a service advisor at a Honda dealer. When someone brings their car in for an inspection, I charge them 1 hour ($135), and I make sure the technician tells them EVERYTHING going on with the car. I do not let them do a half ass job on checking out the car. 1 hour diagnosis to basically do a multi-point inspection is gravy work, and I insist the techs be very thorough in their inspection. Most of the time, the tech's spend like 15 minutes on the car tops...The least they could do it be thorough.

    Lucas WLucas WPrieš mėn
  • Cheap parts go to spareto.com

    UNCLE SAMUNCLE SAMPrieš mėn
  • Gandolf to the rescue .... again ...

    PipPipPrieš mėn
  • Is it the walsers? Is that the family?

    Henry RamosHenry RamosPrieš mėn
  • $6000 is a bargain for a roller to part out lmao...let alone a drivable one....But then its a part car. But $1000 for a window regulator is INSANE...Hell even $300 for a rebuild is insane

    Seth N.Seth N.Prieš mėn
  • I cannot afford Taco Bell...life sucks.

    Mister HandMister HandPrieš mėn
  • I know better than to take my 348 Spider to the local Ferrari dealer. Fortunately, one of the best independent Ferrari mechanics in the Southeast is only an hour away, Bruce at Maranello Autosports.

    Michael DavisMichael DavisPrieš mėn
  • The wizard is the man. 60 for the strut. Mechanics now a days charge 90 for a honda shock. Thats why shops are loosing clients, and DIYs are going up.

    Daniel FloDaniel FloPrieš mėn
  • Where this comes home for me. I was looking at cars n bids on a car from euro asian bob. Might have wanted an inspection from the porsche dealer but after seeing this video months ago I decided I was better off just trusting euro asian bob and not getting any inspection from a dealer. I could not get access to the wizard or get the car looked at.. so I passed on the car. And that was sad.

    CAYMAN987CAYMAN987Prieš mėn
  • Imagine if that was your pre purchase inspection and they missed the brakes and struts and motor mounts and other front end parts. Would have bought a car not knowing it needed another 3000 or more in work. What a terrible dealership.. Imagine trusting those idiots about a bad ims bearing or bore scoring or cooling intermix issues. Could cost you. 12000 to 15000 dollars .

    CAYMAN987CAYMAN987Prieš mėn
  • Totally looks like a 2002 beetle 😂

    Nate DavisNate DavisPrieš mėn
  • Engine.....it's an engine................................a motor runs your top up and down.............................

    Paul PflaumPaul PflaumPrieš mėn
  • I now just realized my Volvo dealership charges almost the same as Porsche for labor per hour. It’s both worrying and comforting.

    Joey MoursalianJoey MoursalianPrieš mėn
  • You assumed they're lazy/stupid, which was nice of you Because its more likely they were trying to get your car in the shop so they could have it in pieces on the shop floor where you can't take it away very easily THEN they tell you about the other 10,000 of work they happened to find once they got started They were trying to rip you off

    David ShawDavid ShawPrieš mėn
  • I hate when people say “the scan tool tells you what’s wrong with the car.” This cannot be further from the truth.

    John YenchickJohn YenchickPrieš mėn
  • i had a 1976 Porsche 930 turbo that kept blowing the turbo seal. i took it to the dealership twice to the tune of $2800.00 each time it rolled into the service door. i found out the problem was a $ 2.35 dollar gasket. i contacted a private shop for the gasket and he showed me how to lower the engine thru the wheel well access plate i replaced it myself within an hour. BTW this was in the 1980s and after i replaced the gasket it never blew one again.

    John RoaJohn RoaPrieš mėn
  • Stealership😂😂

    Anayo WyssAnayo WyssPrieš mėn
  • Shoot what did you sell it for! 😀

    Aaron RunallsAaron RunallsPrieš mėn
  • Thing with big dealerships is no personal interaction with the actual person who inspected leaving customer disengaged.

    dumbo7429dumbo7429Prieš mėn
  • Seems like dealership didnt test drive or even put it up on hoist also shouldve specified air bag fault and been more specific with quote total

    dumbo7429dumbo7429Prieš mėn
  • 911 was a national tragedy

    turbokiketurbokikePrieš mėn
  • IMS bearing?

    Cody DornemanCody DornemanPrieš mėn
  • The fuckin rant stops at 7:31. 😒🙄

    kingprotools1kingprotools1Prieš mėn
  • Bought a used A4 back in 2014 at the Audi branch of the dealership. They were still running out of a temp building at the time. Sales experience was good, but the service department has been a constant battle of mine ever since. Nearly every visit, they either break something or don’t do the repair right. No exaggeration, it’s been a hassle every visit. Glad it’s not just me whose been at odds with them. On a personal level, the people are very nice, but the skill set in the service garage is amateur at best. After watching this breakdown of pricing and maintenance, it’s time to go visit The Wizard in Newton for both my Audis.

    insaneiaqinsaneiaqPrieš mėn
  • What's the Doug score?

    TheWombatCredenzaTheWombatCredenzaPrieš mėn
  • This is pretty universal among all dealerships. The person who hands you your food through the McDonald’s window cares more about your experience than anyone at a car dealership, used or new 🤣

    David SpottsDavid SpottsPrieš mėn
  • Speaking as a tech I’ve estimated a small novel on cars spending close 2 hours looking over a car and I can tell you that drives 90% of the customers away saying they are trying to rip me off. The other 10% will just brake up the repairs as we suggest. As far as diagnosis if anything for a 1 hour used car check, that’s not gonna happen. As I said before I’m only getting paid an hour to spend close to 2 looking at your vehicle. Will inform you of warning lights and code numbers but I’m not diagnosing. Remember he got mad and said this would only take 10 mins but the wizard said I will have to find out why it’s not communicating. You could be tracing wires etc. Most dealer techs get paid by the job not by the hour so for me to spend an extra hour or so to diagnose your warning light(s). I do agree that the tech should have done a better job but for all we know the tech did but the service advisor made the decision to not estimate all that stuff. Can’t always blame the tech.

    Ducati GuyDucati GuyPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Why aren't you at an honest private mechanic?

    franz stockmannfranz stockmannPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Bad repairs, pigs behind the wheel, poor maintenance- it all adds up. I have had my 996 for almost 8 years now. Phenomenal car.

    franz stockmannfranz stockmannPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • As a follow-up why not go back to the dealer and discuss the differences. Things never improve if we do not speak up, I am pretty sure that Porsche would be interested in having this conversation with you even if the dealer is not.

    Stephen CollinsStephen CollinsPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Your high-pitched soundtrack reminds me of my childhood watching anime and old movies. I guess thats good. It brings back not just memories but also emotions.

    Data MatimyasData MatimyasPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • 175k and you can actually call it a "Running and Driving" car. Someone is drinking too much kool-aid. For a 2000 911 with 175k maybe 3-4k at most considering you're going to need to invest another 10-15k to bring it up to speed and at that price, you could have bought the same with miles below 60k. Wait, hold on here. You guy inspected the usual suspects but never waded into the engine? What's wrong with this picture?

    NathanNathanPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • The technician is only a paid an hour Depending he's skill level and seniorityon technician could be anywhere paid between 14 and $40 Not counting taxes that they take out of his paycheck. They only paid him an hour for that inspection. I guarantee you if you would have go to the car wizard . And say I will pay you $14 can you completely go through that car and tell me what's wrong with it he would laugh at you. I think that technician did a great job for what he could do in an hour. He had to walk around get you parts prices also. Type all that up and present it to the service advisor. You are ridiculous and what you're thinking. It is not the technicians fault that the only pay him an hour's worth of wage to do that kind of inspection.

    Justin HamillJustin HamillPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Good video. But next time you do a comparison video on pricing have the car wizard use the pricing he would give to everyone

    Harley DavidsonHarley DavidsonPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Only a 911 could have 175k and still be a decent sports car. Amazing how little work it actually needed!

    Dave EyrichDave EyrichPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • “Deferred maintenance “. Lol....is that what Porsche owners use so they don’t call previous owners bad car owners?

    Dragon DonDragon DonPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • yes dealers charge extra for no reason, Robbery in plain day light. My BMW 4 rotos 4 brakes fitted ans balances $700.00 BMW dealer price was $2,552.32. E39 2003.

    Bill SullyBill SullyPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I really don't think Porsche likes mark ups on specialty cars. Especially the GT2s. Also it needs a 40k major haha. Waiter! Fuck! Who wouldn't scan that abs light?

    Jeremiah JohnsonJeremiah JohnsonPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • The dealer hasn’t put that car on a ramp.

    Camping for Everyone ElseCamping for Everyone ElsePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I need to know what the investor pitch meeting was like to spend millions of dollars on a massive luxury car dealership in Wichita Kansas.

    Louis CastroLouis CastroPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • come to the point man ....!!! :(((

    vi008vi008Prieš 2 mėnesius
  • It's a great car. Buy tools and do the work yourself for hundreds not thousands. Parts are cheap and abundant as is information about these cars. Enjoy the ride and the reward of DIY mechanics. $50 for stop leak? I have done everything discussed in the video and more. It's par for the course.

    20psibri20psibriPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Ladies and gentlemen, this is why we buy American built cars!

    Jack Stewart The 3rdJack Stewart The 3rdPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • Its nothing to do with American cars.

      Tomass JensensTomass JensensPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Hey. What about that rear window you can't see through? Both the stealership and the Wizard missed that.

    B AB APrieš 2 mėnesius
    • I think that it just needs cleaning

      Omega157Omega157Prieš mėn
  • It is a sign of a good camera when the gyroscopic stabilize negates the vibration from the car.

    JayJayPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Well to be fair, the wizard said his, “prices are your rate” so an average customer wouldn’t have been that cheap but nonetheless

    DBAILDBAILPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Stumbled across the channel, sink the boots in session...

    Heath MHeath MPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I was into your story, until you went to your mechanic

    jaa999jaa999Prieš 2 mėnesius
  • my infiniti dealer gave me a 3.5k estimate on repairs that WERE present after getting two keys programmed. i wouldve been happy with the estimate if they didn’t waste my time with the passenger airbag recall. spent like 2-3 hours at the dealer lol but now i know what my car needs

    Eleazar BarriosEleazar BarriosPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • IDC who makes the car Chevy Volkswagen BMW ford Subaru Toyota Honda doesn't matter. Nobody ever should go to a dealer for service after the warranty is up 9/10 times they will be over priced. The stealership loves to try and say well we will do it right. But a simple hour of searching online for a good shop with a good rating that specialize in said brand car with a labor warranty to back up there work for half the cost of the dealer. Honestly I think people are crazy to go to the dealer for service outside of the warranty.

    lowkeylowkeyPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Stealerships!

    The Chronicles of Daniel DoeThe Chronicles of Daniel DoePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Dealers incentivised to find problems. Nature of the beast.

    Speed RacerSpeed RacerPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I worked at carmax and ordering parts from the Porsche dealer when ever we had a Porsche. THAT was always interesting. I am convinced that Porsche dealers are just plan lazy and do not care. We would here stories from techs that work at Porsche that they would just work on their on schedules, if you brought a car in that need for instances an coolant hose. First it would have to come from Germany... around 6 inches of straight rubber hose, that's issue number one. That is 2 weeks worth of waiting. Then it's billed massively and the tech would claim like 8hrs to replace it and they would stretch that 8 hrs out over a week. Claiming they are busy, they are not 3/4s of the bays are empty. The reality of the situation is the part can be replaced in an hour by a competent mechanic. But they just don't care, and the main reason why is Porsche has no competition. There is not another porsche like car you can buy so its just them and they seem to act like that too.

    Crusher103Crusher103Prieš 3 mėnesius
  • It doesn’t take a genius to know that dealerships make their money from service and parts to cover their shitty sales numbers/losses. C’mon now!

    MrBraveAndStrongMrBraveAndStrongPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • The 3.4 engine has bad heads to begin with. Cost 3000 each just for the updated parts plus labor.. ummm I’ll guess 13000 to fix it once goes bad

    nicolas mnicolas mPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Unless its free dont go to the dealer. My dealer for my nissan sentr tried to get me to pay 220 dollars per tire and then like 13 bucks per tire to be installed rotated and etc. I ordered the exact same fucking wheels with more miles and all season for 143 each.

    Lord LightskinLord LightskinPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • I gotta say I'm lucky because I see very rare cars on a daily basis. But I've got the rarest of them all.

    Famicom NintendoFamicom NintendoPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Take it to Scotty Kilmer!

    Vore667Vore667Prieš 3 mėnesius
  • 6000 dollar money pit. Maybe you should have bought a used boat. The only reason I would ever buy a car like that, is because I can do all the work, myself. Same reason I bought a 50 year old wooden Diesel trawler. So what did they charge for the PPI, one hour labor? What did you expect to get for one hour? A thorough inspection of a 996 would address the engine,and include dropping the oil pan, to check for bore scoring. If that is detected, it could cost 30K for an engine overhaul. You got what you paid for, so what are you complaining about? $190. Was only an hours labor. You can’t do a thorough PPI on a 996 in that amount of time. The second inspection still didn’t address the engine, where, if there is anything major that has to be done, it will easily exceed the value of the car. We have this same model, but a 1999 Cabriolet, which I maintain myself, along with three other earlier air cooled 911s. Did he even give an opinion on the condition of the engine? Is it a replacement engine, or does it have all that mileage (170K) on it? Everything is broken on your car. You just don’t know about it yet.

    Rod GraffRod GraffPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Is your wizard using a the latest Autel?

    Christian MartinezChristian MartinezPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • I would have gone back to Porsche Service and said it's obvious you missed a bunch of things on the inspection. And request for them to re do it. Or you'll leave a bad review on google...trust me theyll do it

    didafmdidafmPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • They rushed the inspect because they know you and know that you're NOT going to have them do the work. They knew you were wasting their time to make a video

    MatthewMatthewPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • what an ugly car

    paul hunterpaul hunterPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • I wonder how hard it can be to learn to do the repairs yourself!?

    johnny boyjohnny boyPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • This sounds like my old porsche Centre.

    Jerry ChristineJerry ChristinePrieš 3 mėnesius
  • the look of disbelief on Wizard's face when he mentioned how much Hoovie paid for the vehicle given the circumstance was great.

    VincentVincentPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Simple, buy regular cars like a Toyota or Ford and you can almost completely avoid the service drama of Porsche or Range Rover

    Thomas63r2Thomas63r2Prieš 3 mėnesius
  • I had a PPI done at a Porsche dealership here in Germany a few years ago. I think the hourly rate was actually cheaper, but still very much on the high end. I am in no way a mechanic so I wanted to have a professional take a look at it. Also the asking price was quite an incestment for me, so I asked to go in the garage to have a look mysself. I knew I would not spot anything that wasn't glaringly obvious, but I also knew I would be angry at myself if I spent that much money and there was something obvious I could have seen. When I came in, the mechanic was just about to lower the car from the stand again as he was just finished. I told him I would like to have a look myself, we went from front to back, he said something like the suspension parts look good and I just took his word for it, other then rattling at some things and probably look stupid I would not have known what to do anyway. He said the car was basicly fine for its age. When we came to the back I noticed quite a bit of oil on one side of the engine. I asked "Where is the oil coming from?" to which he replied "What oil?" One side of the exhaust system was comletely covered in it, I thought the guy was joking. He was not, "Oh I missed that"... I mean finding out where it was actually coming from was probably more work than I paid for, but not noticing it at all, the guy did not even look. There were some other small issues with the car, but mostly I did not trust the dealerships oppinion after that so I did not buy the car. Yes, I wanted to buy a used car from a private guy, and just went to the dealership for an inspection. Since I did not live there it was also clear I would not have any future work done there. But paying over 100€ for about 1 hour work that should not matter, for that price do a good job or do not offer the service in the first place.

    Schaefsky SchaefskySchaefsky SchaefskyPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • take your car to scotty kilmer

    rooster sideburbsrooster sideburbsPrieš 3 mėnesius
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