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changing oil cayenne turbo 2004

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  • 2 months later...

Yup. It requires 2 drain pans, an 8mm allen bit for the TWO drain plugs, and a filter-can wrench. I got my filter wrench at AutoZone; it's a type "B". I STRONGLY suggest you NOT try to remove the filter can with pliers, etc.

You'll need to remove the skid plate (yours may be plastic) and the next-rearward undertray. You'll need a Phillips screwdriver and a 10mm hex driver; I use an electric drilldriver for these.

Eight (not 9) quarts of oil is plenty; I use M1 0W-40 and Porsche-brand filters.

Good luck. BTW, for this 1-hour effort you should save a couple-hundred dollars. And save your oil-and-filter-purchase receipts for possible warranty purposes.

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