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  1. I took it back to the shop who did the original work. They siphoned about 3/4 of a quart of oil so the level was at maximum. The owner explained about the vagaries of Porsche oil pressure and the car has been GREAT! Love it! He also said the newer models don't even have drain plugs. He uses the industrial size siphon to suck the dirty engine oil into the barrel. Progress?
  2. Hi. The level on the dipstick is very, very slightly above the maximum mark. The oil they put in is Motul 5-40w. So you're saying the oil level sensor is probably ok. But the oil pressure sensor should be changed out. By the way, thanks for getting back to me so quickly. This community is very impressive in the short time I've joined. I've gotten info on how to access the serial # for my radio without removing it from the dash and the code! Thanks again. A donation will be next.
  3. 2002 911 C4S Six speed manual When driving my recent purchase, the oil pressure gauge reads "5" whenever the tach goes 2500 rpm or above in any gear. This is when it is still warming up or at operating temperature (180), after at least 30 minutes on the road. Needless to say, I've been keeping the car below 2500 as much as I can. At idle, it registers between 2-3 after reaching operating temps. Last week, I had the Porsche shop remove the oil pan and check it for any detritus during the PPI. It was clean. Then they proceeded to put on a new filter and oil. I've checked the oil level in the morning, and it registers a smidgen over max, however, the computer level always registers a 1 bar over max, whether hot or cold. Would a faulty oil level sensor affect the oil pressure reading? I've read the oil pressure sensor can be wonky. I don't have enough miles in this car to really know it yet. It's, obviously, a bit frustrating to keep this car in check while driving right now, but I'd rather cautious. The owner's manual I have says the oil pressure should be approximately 3-4 bars at 5000rpm at operating temperature. Any thoughts? Or direction to go?
  4. Hi. I need the code to my 2002 911 C4S. The radio is a CR220, Type 4362, Serial # 25006357. Thanks
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