Porsche Service FAQs

Porsche St. Paul Service Questions & Answers

Have questions about servicing your Porsche near White Bear Lake area? Stop by the Porsche Service Center at Porsche St. Paul, our certified technicians have the expertise that you need when you have questions about your Porsche 911, Macan, or Panamera and their service needs. We are here to answer any questions you have, from oil changes, wheel alignment, and tire rotations, to a more extensive engine or transmission repair questions. Check out our money-saving Porsche service coupons to find some of the best deals in the Twin Cities area, and schedule an appointment with us online today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we recommend scheduling an appointmentso that we can make sure we are ready for you and your vehicle.

If your Porsche’s light is flashing, then bring it in immediately. However it isn’t flashing and the vehicle is driving okay, it is fine to drive until you can make it in.

You can schedule an appointment online or by contacting us by either phone or email.

Porsche St. Paul is your local Porsche dealer serving the eastern Twin Cities area and western Wisconsin; located at 2490 Maplewood Drive • Maplewood, MN 55109.

Alignments need to occur every 25,000 miles, or when new tires are installed. Even if no issues have occured since the last alignment, a wheel alignment is necessary for optimum safety and performance.

Several issues can cause a check engine light to come on, some more serious than others. These issues could be anything from a loose gas cap or loose spark plugs, to faulty oxygen sensor or faulty mass air flow sensor. The best remedy is to bring it in to Porsche Service & Parts in Maplewood, Minnesota for a full check up.

Porsche recommends that vehicles receive oil changes every 10,000 miles, or roughly once a year. However, recommendations may vary depending on your driving style.

Oil changes are extremely important to your Porsche’s overall performance and safety. If your oil gets too low or too cloudy, you could see a decrease in the performance. Putting off an oil change for an extensive period of time can cause extensive engine damage.

About an hour and a half. During this time Porsche certified technicians will check your oil levels, drain the oil, replace the oil filter with a clean and lubricated one, and refill with synthetic oil.

Porsche oil change costs can vary, with synthetic oil changes running more as the oil itself is more expensive. Make sure you check out our money-saving Porsche service coupons to find some of the best deals in the Twin Cities area.

A check engine light means there is a problem that your Porsche’s computer discovered, while a service engine light is based on your mileage and indicates that it’s time for an oil change or to schedule a service visit.

Annual services recommendations include: Oil changes, tire rotations and brake inspections.

No vehicle has 50/50 weight distribution front-to-rear, and weight transfer during braking and cornering, putting more stress on front tires. Regular tire rotations mean that tires will wear evenly, and tire rotations will improve handling, road manners and ride quality.

Tire storage is when a climate-controlled facility stores your winter tires in the summer months or track tires, for easy exchange and storage making your tires available whenever needed.

Your Porsche is a fine-crafted machine, and keeping up to date with the recommended maintenance schedule is the best way to ensure that it is always running safely at peak performance levels. Our Porsche Service Center near North Oaks is equipped with the state-of-the-art diagnostic and repair tools needed to provide the professional care your new or needs.

At the Porsche Service & Parts in Maplewood, Minnesota, we only use genuine Porsche parts to keep your car perfectly Porsche. It makes sense to choose genuine Porsche parts for quality and reliability you can depend on. Porsche parts are subjected to some of the most rigorous testing procedures in the industry. Of course, Porsche’s renowned endurance racing efforts have also proved to be an outstanding testbed for parts durability. If you have any questions about our Porsche Service Center, do not hesitate to reach out to us online.

The Porsche service warranty is 4 years, 50,000 miles, whichever comes first. We can also always run your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) to check warranty status.

Call us at (612) 999-1007 or schedule an appointment online, our Porsche-trained professional sales, service and parts staff is fully committed to ensure you receive the level of personalized service commensurate with the Porsche brand.

You can always call and/or email us with your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) and we can look to see if there are any open recalls on your vehicle.

Porsche St. Paul 45.0163811, -93.050685.