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Service manual needed for 2024 Macan S

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Hi everyone.  My factory build 2024 Macan S came in about a month ago.  The first service is free, but after that you have to pay for service.  The manual doesn't provide any information as to service intervals or what has to be done at each service.  I guess Porsche wants to give you as little information as possible so that you'll just take the car to the dealer and write them a big check.  I was wondering if anyone if anyone has a service sheet that indicates what service is needed and when.

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Wow, Porsche has it really rigged so that you go to the dealer.  Since my initial post, I found a booklet in the glove compartment that shows what has to be done at various mileage points.  Surprisingly, I didn't see anything in there about brake fluid changes, which every European car manufacturer tells you to do every two years using DOT 4 brake fluid.

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