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Maintaining your Porsche doesn't have to be a balancing act between Quality and Cost when you choose All German Motorworks as your service team. We only use Mobil 1 or Liqui Molly Racetech oil (available upon request) and Porsche factory OEM oil filters.


Recommended Service Intervals for maximum performance and longevity:


Oil & filter service should be performed every 10,000 miles or

within 12 months. (Typical Minor Svc)


At 20,000 miles or 2 years interval your Oil Filter & Oil, Engine Air Filter and the

A/C Cabin Filter and Brake Fluid should be replaced. This should occur every 2 years or 20,000 miles. (whichever comes first) (Typical Major Svc)


*At 40,000 miles or 4 years interval your Spark Plugs should be



*At 60,000 miles or 6 years interval your Belts, Automatic Transaxle Filter and Fluid or Manual Transaxle Fluid, Differential(s) Fluid, Clutch fluid(PDK Only) and All Wheel Drive oil should be replaced.


At 48 months it is highly recommended to replace the Engine and Transaxle mounts.

* These recommendations can vary, please call 352-787-8778 to get a more information.

Why Do I Need Brake Fluid Replacement/Flush?

Brake fluid is hygroscopic. That means it absorbs moisture out of the air/atmosphere (regardless of miles). When you apply the brakes, it compresses the brake fluid to engage the pistons in the caliper, which then makes the brakes work.

If there's excess water in the brake fluid, max 4%, as it heats up, it'll boil the the water turning it to steam. Steam compresses, which means there is no longer enough pressure to operate the pistons. Therefore, pedal goes to the floor, and there's no brakes!

Therefore, if you have 3%-4% condensation in your lines OR the fluid in the reservoir is "murky" or Dark, replacement is recommended. 

When Do I Need a Brake Fluid Replacement/Flush?

Routine maintenance also heavily depends on your driving patterns. Many manufactures recommend ATLEAST EVERY 2 YEARS OR 30,000 MILES or, if you tend to drive shorter routes with frequent braking, it is recommended you perform a brake fluid flush earlier when the color is "murky" or dark or has a High condensation percentage. A trained Technician will always inspect/test the fluid prior to replacement.  


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