Porsche Repairs Manassas VA

Porsche repair shop and mechanic in Manassas, VA

Porsche Scheduled Maintenance

Porsche service and maintenance.Before you know it, you’ll reach your next factory maintenance interval and it’ll be time to bring your vehicle to Coho and one of our Porsche-Certified Technicians. Staying on top of your vehicle’s scheduled maintenance is the best way to keep it delivering all the performance and passion you love. It’s also a great way to help protect the value of your investment. And when it comes to service, Coho has everything for your late model Porsche, including knowledge of the service your car needs throughout its lifetime. We have the proper tools and equipment, a staff of trained specialists, and access to an extensive range of parts required to maintain your vehicle’s safety, reliability, and value for years to come – while saving you hundreds of dollars compared to a dealer.

Porsche recommends that its vehicles be serviced every 15,000-miles, with the most comprehensive services taking place every 30,000 miles. (Note: The actual scheduled maintenance checks will vary based on vehicle model, model year and mileage. Please give us a call if you have any questions.) These maintenance schedules can best be categorized as minor and major services.

Minor Service: This includes changing the engine oil and filter, checking the condition of the undercarriage, hoses, pollen/air filters, brakes and brake lines, resetting the service indicator, checking for software updates, topping fluids as necessary, inspecting and rotating the tires, and inspecting the drive shaft.

Major Service: In addition to performing the services noted above, we will inspect the suspension, steering components, tie rod ends, axel joints and clutch, examine the condition of differential and transfer case oil, engine drive belts, and climate control system, check the gauges, warning lamps, headlights, and exterior lights. At 60,000 miles, in accordance with Porsche recommendations, we will replace the spark plugs, polyrib belt and fuel filter. At 90,000 miles we then replace the transmission and differential fluid.

Porsche Mechanic near Manassas, VA.

If you have a late model Porsche and follow the factory’s schedule, here is what it should look like for the first 105,000 miles:

15,000 miles: Minor Service
30,000 miles: Minor Service
45,000 miles: Minor Service
60,000 miles: Major Service
75,000 miles: Minor Service
90,000 miles: Minor Service
105,000 miles Minor Service