Question about Porsche Carrera
Drive it around for abotu 5 mins. park on level ground. With the car running in park with the parking brake on pull the dipstick out wipe off the tip with a rag put it all the way back in then pull it out again and look for where the fluid has touched the dipstick. It's usually got a range of where it needs to be. Just make sure it's in that range.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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