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aaronliu

Changing ATF Fluid

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please list all the parts (and parts #) that I need in order to change ATF fluid (transmission oil) for 2004 Cayenne S with tiptronic.

also, I need to know if Mobil ATF 3309 fluid (http://www.mobiloil.com/USA-English/MotorOil/Other_Products/Mobil_ATF_3309.aspx) works OK on my Cayenne S. it is Porsche approvals in the back of package.

Thanks in advance.

P.S. how often should I change the tranmission filter? every time I have ATF service, or certain miles?

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Loren, actually I am not going to do this by myself so I really don't need procedure. what I really need is the part number.

I am in Taiwan. the local Porsche dealer only accept cars that they sold for service. because my car is self-imported from U.S.,I will have this service done by a shop (not Porsche dealer)

These shop usually cost extremely high on the parts, low on the labors. so it would be cheaper if I purchase these maintenance parts from U.S., ship back to Taiwan and have them do the serivce.

So I am asking for whatever parts (number) that I need for this serivce, I will use them to order from U.S.

Thanks!!

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The last spec on "Approved Transmission Oils" is

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The parts are:

Filter 955.307.403.00

gasket for filter 955.325.443.00

gasket for pan 966.397.016.00

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How about I send you the factory procedure and you write it up with pictures here?

Hi,

Can you send me the procedure?

Thanks!

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Loren, I thought these were sealed for life units ?

How about I send you the factory procedure and you write it up with pictures here?

Hi,

Can you send me the procedure?

Thanks!

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Loren, I thought these were sealed for life units ?

How about I send you the factory procedure and you write it up with pictures here?

Hi,

Can you send me the procedure?

Thanks!

According to the last Additional Maintenance schedule it is at 160,000 miles - so perhaps that is lifetime for most.

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Well thats somthing to look forward to then

haha

Loren, I thought these were sealed for life units ?

How about I send you the factory procedure and you write it up with pictures here?

Hi,

Can you send me the procedure?

Thanks!

According to the last Additional Maintenance schedule it is at 160,000 miles - so perhaps that is lifetime for most.

post-1-1223560773_thumb.png

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I just turned 245,000 km, should I change atf and filter at that point. I hesitate, please let me know your opinion ?

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They said to me, that is recommended to change the oil and filter, than change oil again after few kilometers. And I'm at 140,000 km

I think you'll do favor to you and transmission with changing it.

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