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New Service Book Needed.

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2019/04/23 06:30:23 (permalink)

New Service Book Needed.

Hi I have annoyingly lost the service book for my 2005 911 can any body advise me how I can get it replaced I obviously have all the receipts from when I purchased it in 2013 but nothing before and I know it was fully stamped up But I cant remember where it first registerd 
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post edited by John Sims - 2019/04/23 08:03:21

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Re:New Service Book Needed. 2019/04/23 08:01:42 (permalink)
If it was serviced by a Porsche main dealer then they might have the historical data on file and might be able to furnish you with a replacement service book with, at least, the stamps and dates relating to their work on the car.
If the car was serviced elsewhere then you are going to have to start again. If you have a long standing relationship with the independent, and a file full of receipts they might fill in their previous stamps.
For the book itself, I would start by contacting your nearest Porsche main dealer. 
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