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DIY oil change and warranty considerations?


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Given that I used Mobil 1 0w40 and a factory oil filter would changing the oil/filter early (15k km's versus 30k km's) void the factory warranty?

Would they even know unless I tell them?

I was thinking of doing it now at 15k km and just before the 30k km service...

thanks

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As long as you follow the manufacturer's interval and use spec parts they have no claim to deny you warranty.

So the recommended interval can be taken as a minimum, changing the oil/filter twice as often is not frowned upon?

Part of the reason for asking is the dealer charges $385 for an oil/filter change.

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Changing twice as often would still meet or exceed the manufacturers specifications. That all you need to worry about.

I have changed oil on all my Porsche's since the mid- 1970's (yeah I know I am old) - and I have never had a warranty claim denied.

Even when Porsche dealers charged $50 for an oil change I though it was outrageous - this is simple to do on Porsche's and always has been.

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And needless to say, keep copies of all receipts, etc. for the oil, filter, and anything else you buy just in case they question it.

Agree, and when I did my oil change at 7500 miles, I also performed all the scheduled maintenance items for 20K miles and put all that info on some documentation and had it notarized as an extra precaution.

Regards,

paul...

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