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My 2008 C2S has 9000 miles on it and is a year old, the annual maintenance countdown has started, I see it everytime I put the key in. The maintenance book says change the oil at 20K miles, the dealer says do it now. Any thoughts?
Has anyone noticed some anti-freeze residue around the blue cap? Porsche tells me it is normal for a little bit of the anti-freeze to seep out when it is real hot, he pointed out that the little drain going back into the tank is there to catch it. Any comments on this?
Thanks for the replies on the black wheels. I spoke with the Porsche dealer and he told me they have a sub contractor who does it for them for about $750 for the set of four, he said they do a better job than their body shop.
Where did you got those black wheels?, I like them! Or the question should be where can I get a set of those wheels?