Porsche 911 Carrera Maintenance Schedule
Scheduled maintenance is the key to preserving your 911 Carrera or 911 Carrera S’s performance features—and more importantly, its safety features. Fortunately, you don’t have to look far from Redwood City or San Ramon for authorized auto care. The service technicians at Porsche Fremont are well-versed in the Porsche 911 Carrera maintenance schedule and its required services!
What Types of Services are Completed?
The Porsche 911 Carrera maintenance schedule is comprised of around 20 different services that take place over the span of 150,000 miles. Below, you’ll find a quick look at suggested 911 Carrera service and repairs starting at 10,000 and ending at 50,000 miles—when its warranty expires.
- 10,000 Miles—gets the ball rolling with an oil and filter change, tire rotation, and a general safety inspection.
- 20,000 Miles—covers all of the basics above, and may include brake pad replacement, depending on your driving habits.
- 30,000 Miles—often includes the need for brake fluid, engine coolant, and transmission fluid changes, as well as spark plug, air filter, and fuel filter replacement. New tires may also be required.
- 40,000 Miles—includes the basic oil service, tire rotation, and safety inspections, and sometimes calls for engine air filter and cabin air filter replacement.
- 50,000 Miles—marks the end of your 911 Carrera’s warranty. At this point, it’s not unusual to see wear and tear on drive belts, hoses, suspension bushings, and motor mounts, so it’s a good idea to take care of necessary maintenance while you’re covered.
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Is your new Porsche 911 due for service, or have you noticed a problem that needs fixing? Schedule a service appointment today at Porsche Fremont, serving drivers in San Jose, Palo Alto, and beyond. We offer a revolving door of Porsche service coupons, as well as access to a fully stocked parts center.