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DIY: Panamera Oil Change


Description

Oil change, oil replacement, change oil

I did not bother to do a DIY for oil change, because there are some vids out there on how to perform this work.
Below is a link to one of these videos, will walk you through the complete oil change.

Items I used:
- Oil: Castrol Edge full synthetic 5W40 - purchased 10 quarts, will use about 9 or so
- Oil Filter: Mahle OX 254 D4 - replace this part every time
- Drain plug: 900 219 020 31 - if you are gentle and do not screw up the hex hole in the plug, you can re use the plug. Be gentle, get proper tools (8mm hex/allen wrench)
- Drain plug gasket: 900 123 106 30 - put in a new one with every oil change. If oil starts leaking here, you will waste an hour or two to replace just this part, plug oil cost. All for $0.50 savings.

There are magnetic oil drain plugs out there. I may try one at some point to see how much metallic particulate collects on it. Not today though.

Below is a video for complete oil change. After oil change, make sure to reset the oil change service interval, by following instructions in this DIY - Durametric users.
Thanks.

Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwHgrbN5TaM



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