Porsche 911 – 991 Series Service Intervals

Porsche 911 – 991 Series

Engine Oil Every 10,000 miles or 1 year
Spark Plugs (Turbo Models) Every 30,000 miles or 3 years
Spark Plugs (V-6 / V-8 / GTS Models) Every 40,000 miles or 4 years
Pollen Filter and Air Filter Every 40,000 miles or 4 years
Coolant Every 40,000 miles or 4 years
Brake Fluid Every 20,000 miles or 2 years

 

As a Porsche driver, you rely on your vehicle to always deliver a flawless performance each time you get behind the wheel. If you want your Porsche 911 – 991 series model to always perform at its best, you’ll need to keep up with its recommended service intervals. Follow the suggested service schedule above, and when it’s time for your vehicle to receive maintenance, make your way over to our service center! Our trustworthy technicians will ensure that your vehicle will run smoothly on the roads for years to come.

Maintaining Your Porsche Model

Simply changing your oil every 10,000 miles or 12 months (whichever comes first) can help your Porsche model run like-new. Changing your oil is necessary to improve your gas mileage, remove engine wear particles and sludge, and promote your vehicle’s longevity. Failure to change your oil at its suggested interval could unfortunately lead to engine problems.

Without coolant, your car’s engine will overheat quickly, potentially causing a mechanical breakdown and engine failure. In order to protect against corrosion, it’s important for your Porsche 911 model’s coolant to be inspected every so often. At every 40,000 miles or four years, you should get your coolant levels checked and refilled.

Visit Our Porsche Service Center Near Los Angeles

Our dedicated staff is here to make sure your Porsche model is always providing an optimum performance. Are you ready to bring your vehicle in for maintenance? Visit our Porsche service center near Los Angeles today!

If you have any questions or comments about servicing your Porsche 911 – 991 series model, contact us at (888) 471-0865. We proudly serve Los Angeles, Chino, and Rancho Cucamonga area Porsche owners.