Porsche Maintenance Schedules

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No matter if you cruise through Los Angeles in a Porsche Taycan or a Porsche 911, maintenance is a very important part of owning a vehicle. Keep up with your Porsche maintenance schedule and you could have a like-new, well-running Porsche Panamera for years to come. Our service team at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche can help you learn more about the Porsche maintenance schedules and more to help you stay on top of your vehicle’s regular service schedule.

Porsche Maintenance: Panamera Models

The manufacturer-suggested service intervals for the Porsche Panamera break down as follows:

  • 10,000 Miles – Oil and filter change, tire rotation, and safety inspection
  • 20,000 Miles – Oil and filter change, tire rotation, safety inspection, tire service/replacement if necessary, and brake pad service/replacement if necessary
  • 30,000 Miles – Every 30,000 miles, the Porsche maintenance schedule typically includes checking and replacing the brake fluid and transmission fluid, and checking the coolant levels
  • 40,000 Miles – Encompasses 10,000-mile and 20,000-mile services, plus any necessary drive belt, hose, motor mount, or suspension bushing replacement

Porsche Maintenance: Porsche 911 Models

What is the Porsche maintenance schedule for Porsche 911 models? Here’s what the manufacturer suggests:

  • 10,000 Miles – Oil and filter change, tire rotation, and safety inspection
  • 20,000 Miles – Oil and filter change, tire rotation, safety inspection, and brake pad service/replacement if needed
  • 30,000 Miles – Typically includes engine coolant, brake fluid, and transmission fluid changes, in addition to spark plug, air filter, and fuel filter replacement. Tire replacement may also be necessary, depending on your Arcadia driving habits.
  • 40,000 Miles – Encompasses 10,000-mile services, plus an engine air filter and cabin air filter replacement if necessary

Porsche Maintenance: Porsche 718 Cayman Models

The 718 Cayman Porsche maintenance schedule looks a bit different and includes synthetic oil requirements:

  • 10,000 Miles – Full synthetic oil and filter service and multi-point inspection, as well as full inspections of the engine, transmission, brake system, tires, headlights, and more
  • 20,000 Miles – Full synthetic oil and filter service and multi-point inspection, brake fluid flush and fill, plus inspection of the air intake pre-filter, PDCC and power steering system, coolant, and more
  • 30,000 Miles – Turbo/Turbo S models will have a spark plug replacement, in addition to the 10,000 miles services
  • 40,000 Miles –  Non-Turbo/Turbo S models will have spark plug replacement, brake fluid flush and fill, and tire sealant replacement. All Cayman models will also have an inspection of the exhaust system, underbody panels, fuel lines and connections, drive shafts, and more.

Porsche Maintenance: Porsche Cayenne Models

A popular model for Arcadia families, the Porsche Cayenne SUV comes with a pretty standard maintenance schedule:

  • 10,000 Miles – Oil and filter replacement, tire rotation, and safety inspection
  • 20,000 Miles – Oil and filter replacement, tire rotation, safety inspection, tire service/replacement if necessary, and brake pad service/replacement if necessary
  • 30,000 Miles – Safety inspection, brake fluid change, engine coolant change, transmission fluid change, possible brake pad and/or tire replacement
  • 40,000 Miles – Tune-ups plus visual inspection of brakes, hoses, and fluids, as well as possible servicing or replacement of drive belts and suspension system

Porsche Maintenance: Porsche Macan Models

Unlike those maintenance schedules above, the Porsche Macan is a little different. Typically, Macan drivers would have an oil and filter replacement every 10,000 miles, or at least once a year. The rest of your Porsche Macan maintenance is recommended to be carried out every 40,000 miles or 4 years, encompassing the following points:

  • Electrical System – Check and reset the diagnostic system if needed, inspect battery and ventilation hoses, test windshield wiper/washer and headlight washer functions and adjust nozzles if needed, and test horn operation
  • Spark Plugs – Replace spark plugs
  • Interior Inspection – Check the seat belt condition and replace cabin air filter
  • Exterior Inspection – Test exterior lights, adjust headlights, inspect wiper blades, test trailer hitch functionality, and inspect radiators, air intakes, firewall, liftgate, and sunroof body drain (for leaks or blockages)
  • Undercarriage Inspection – Every 10,000 miles, in addition to oil and filter replacement, the underbody is inspected for oil leaks. Additionally, the brake pads and discs are inspected, tire pressure is checked, brake fluid and hoses are checked, and axle joints, tie rod ends, and steering gear are inspected.

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