Porsche 911 Turbo Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your Porsche 911 Turbo

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Porsche 911 Turbo Problems

ABS Light On Due to Moisture and Corrosion

The accumulation of moisture at major connectors and control units can cause various ABS/PDAS faults due to corrosion.

Check Engine Light Due to Faulty Oxygen Sensor

Check Engine Light illumination and performance issues can be caused by oxygen sensor faults.

Check Engine Light Due to Cam Tensioner/Timing Issues

Cam tensioner/cam timing issues can cause the Check Engine Light to illuminate.

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Porsche 911 Turbo Questions

New Turbo S. Rush of air inside cab with acceleration, seems loss of power??? (1 answer)

Have 1200 miles on car. Problem started about 300 miles. Hear loud rush of air with acceleration, then deceleration. No warning lights on. Seems like I'm losing turbo boost. Car is definitely slower than my last Carrera S. Dealer says nothing wrong. Any ideas???

How many shop hrs does it take to diagnose a P0404 -OBD-II- Trouble Code &repair (1 answer)

how to change oil in this porsche (1 answer)

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Porsche 911 Turbo Recalls

The Seat Belt Anchors May Not Rotate as They Should

The mounting holes in the seat belt anchor plates may be too small. If the hole diameter is too small, the anchor cannot rotate around the fastening bolt as designed. If this were to occur, the seat belt may not be routed optimally around the seat occupant, or it may loosen at some point, increasing the risk of injury during a crash. Dealers will inspect the anchor plates and fastening screws and, if necessary, replace the seat belt. The Porsche recall number is AB02.


Wheels May Loosen on Vehicles with Central Locking Hubs

Some vehicles were equipped with center locking hub and wheel assemblies. Over time, the hubs can wear prematurely. As the hubs wear, the wheels could loosen, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will replace the central locking wheels and hubs with an improved design. Porsche has not yet provided an owner notification schedule. The Porsche recall number is AB01.

Aftermarket Wheel Mounting Kit Fails

The center wheel lock and hub assemblies in special aftermarket wheel mounting kits may fail, causing wheels to separate from the vehicle. Dealers will replace the center bolts on affected vehicles free of charge to resolve the concern.

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Porsche 911 Turbo Reviews

I have a problem openning the front truck, and the battery cable is unplugged. Can someone advise me what to do?
the clutch would not release after i shifted,the fluid in the reservoir over flow

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