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Picked up a 2014 platinum (v6)with 60,000 miles 

looking to do some routine maintenance 

 

 

have seen the post on transfer cases so ordered some ravenel tc fluid and plan to do the change soon.  
 

what should I use on plug threads when reinstalling? 

also going to do oil change and brakes. 
 

do I need a new drain plug for the oil change or possibly just a washer or can I reuse the plug?

 

brakes/ getting some squealing from the front. According to the maintenance records it is due for brakes.  I just ordered front.  I watched a couple videos and feel good about install, but confirming I need new wear sensors?

 

Is it likely the rears need replacing also?  Every other vehicle I have owned the fronts always wore out quicker but saw a bunch of porsche owners doing front and rear at same intervals

 

thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

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Got transfer cAse fluid changed.  
Used the ravenel synthetic fluid. 
 

old fluid was definitely black. 
 

 

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Congrats on the cayenne. The TC drain / fill bolts when new come with thread sealant / lock. Getting new plugs is cheap.

 

Get new brake pad sensors when replacing brake pads.

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