2009 Cayenne Turbo S. Parked the vehicle, next day won't start. Turn key with brake depressed and all the clicks and buzzes sound normal but doesn't roll over. Tried battery charger over night, didn't suspect that but wanted to eliminate a possible low voltage requirement? Ideas? 32,000 klms. I do my own oil changes and I had been getting a "service now" message that I was ignoring assuming it just needs to be re set. Every other operational aspect of the vehicle had ben 100 percent normal
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Here is a crazy twist! After sitting for several days, for shits and giggles I tried it again and it started! It has started every time I have tried it since but I don't feel confident that it is resolved so I haven't driven it much. What the hell? One other piece of information, two days prior to the no start issue I ran through one of the heaviest and longest down pours I have ever experienced in my life. Is it possible that four days later after having driven the vehicle several hundred kilometers that this could be a factor? I asked the question to determine what I might do to get it to a Porsche dealer as it is under warranty but now will they be able to detect an issue if it is functioning? I'm guessing it wouldn't store a fault because it wasn't running?