glenn duvalSlight update. Dealer messaged to say car has left Emden, so should not be long now
Billybod an oil change at 1,000 miles. Eeek! Have you had a price for this from your OPC?!! And booked well in advance?! Regards Bill
JurassicGTS ... as this is an engine oil change outside of the recommended service times, I wonder if that could have any repercussions if it wasn't done by my OPC ...
AndrewCSJurassicGTS ... as this is an engine oil change outside of the recommended service times, I wonder if that could have any repercussions if it wasn't done by my OPC ... Who`s to know ... if you don`t broadcast it and don`t tell the OPC What about the gearbox and transmission then, I assume that the same criteria would / should apply to the keeper principle ? I support what BMW do for their M models, engine and differential oil changes at 1200 miles
AndrewCSAye ... `communication` is not a Porsche GB strong point
JurassicGTSAndrewCSAye ... `communication` is not a Porsche GB strong point 🤣🤣That's an understatement😡😡
BillybodWho`s to know ... if you don`t broadcast it and don`t tell the OPC Doesn't the OBC data logger record the "resetting" of the "oil level" or terminology to that effect as this requires the use of the Porsche software? I asked about the cost of an oil change when my 718 Spyder was recovered for what I thought was just a jammed starter motor at 1800 miles, as I'm of the old school regarding running in and oil change, and was quoted about £450 for just oil and filter whilst it was on the ramps. The lesson I learned was "be careful what you wish for" as I did get new oil for free BUT it was inside a new replacement engine as it wasn't the starter...................... Regards Bill
Billybod Doesn't the OBC data logger record the "resetting" of the "oil level" or terminology to that effect as this requires the use of the Porsche software?
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