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Lubrication Required?

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I have a 2007 997-1 coupe and would like to know if there's any requirement to lubricate any joints or other points under the car -- similar to what I have to do on my old muscle cars (i.e., steering components, etc.)?





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None, check the maintenance schedule and follow it. 


If your not sure what was done by the previous owner, then decide what items on the schedule you will do even it means you may redo a few things. Then you know you have an accurate baseline.  If the previous owner didn't keep track of maintenance items, then they probably didn't do it. The only items more expensive than regular maintenance is no maintenance.


Here is the link to the maintenance schedules.  PRESS HERE

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Thank you both Loren and kbrandsma.  Appreciate your help on this one.  Note:  I'm the original owner -- the 6 year warranty expired last Fall and the car is stored each winter.  Therefore, this will be the first year that I'll be doing my own maintenance.!!



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