Porsche Oil Change
It shouldn’t be surprising that your Porsche needs high-quality motor oil to operate at its best. Anything less than that could compromise your car’s performance and its health over time. At Carmine’s Import Service in Kernersville, North Carolina, we make sure your Porsche is provided with the quality synthetic motor oil it needs. Our ASE Certified technicians and service advisors work with you to find the right oil for your car and budget. Once that’s decided, they add in the new oil to your car so you can see the benefits right away. Visit us today and see why we’re the Triad’s trusted experts in all things Porsche!
Some Of The Porsche’s We Service – Porsche 911 – Porsche 718 – Porsche Taycan – Porsche Panamara – Porsche Macan – Porsche Cayenne – All Classic Porsche’s
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Do You Need an Oil Change on You Porsche?
Outside of going through regular oil change services, it’s important to know when your Porsche needs an oil change. By having this knowledge, your vehicle will never have to worry about cycling low-quality, dirty oil throughout the engine that could potentially harm it. Here are two signs that let you know your vehicle is due for an oil change.
It’s Been a While
Do you remember the last time you had your car’s oil changed? If not, there’s a good chance that it’s either due for an oil change soon or it’s overdue. You must be aware of when your car needs an oil change, and one of the best ways to find out is through your Porsche’s owner’s manual. This manual will let you know the exact mileage intervals for when you should have an oil change service, so if you see that you’re close or past the recommended mileage, get your car to our shop as soon as possible!
Dark, Dirty Oil
Another way you can check the oil is by using your vehicle’s dipstick. Once you’ve cleaned the stick of any old oil stains, reinsert it into the engine and pull it back out. If so, you see that the oil has maintained its clear, amber appearance, which means your car’s oil is still good. If you notice that the oil looks dark and dirty, that should be your first sign that your Porsche needs an oil change.
Visit Us Today
Is your Porsche due for an oil change? If so, delaying the service could compromise the health and performance of your vehicle. Make sure your Porsche is utilizing clean, high-quality motor oil and schedule an oil change service with Carmine’s Import Service in Kernersville, North Carolina. Our knowledgeable ASE Certified professionals help you find the right synthetic motor oil for your Porsche and budget. Using this info, they’ll be able to quickly change out the old oil with your selection and get you on your way. We make sure only the best is ever added into your Porsche vehicle, and we can’t wait for you to stop by.
Looking to schedule an appointment? Want to learn more about the types of motor oils we have in stock? Give us a call 336-993-5506 or visit our shop on 318 W Mountain Street and let our professionals help you. They’ll be more than happy to help you find the right solutions for your Porsche vehicle.