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How do I convert miles into kilometres?
1 mile equals 1.609344 kilometers and 1 kilometer equals 0.62137119 miles.
Where can I find the VIN number of my Porsche?
The location of the VIN number of the car differs per brand and type of car. The code may be stamped on the frame of the car or mounted on a plate. It is best to consult the manual of the Porsche 911 (2013)for the exact location of the VIN number.
What is a VIN number?
The VIN number of a car is an identification number unique to each car. The abbreviation VIN therefore stands for Vehicle Identification Number.
When does my Porsche need maintenance?
Regular maintenance is necessary for every car. How often the car needs maintenance and what exactly needs to be done can be found in the maintenance instructions. For major periodic service, this should generally be done every 2 years or after 30,000 kilometres.
When should I change the brake fluid of my Porsche?
It is recommended to change the brake fluid every two years.
What is the difference between E10 and E5 petrol?
E10 petrol consists of up to ten per cent ethanol while E5 petrol will contain less than five per cent ethanol. As a result, the percentage of E10 petrol is lower than that of E5 petrol, making it less bad for the environment.
One or more doors won't open from the inside. Now what?
The lock is most likely set to the child safety lock so it cannot be opened from the inside. How to unset the child safety lock differs per brand and type.
My car radio does not turn on, now what?
If your car radio does not turn on, it will not receive any power. Check that the red wire is connected to the contact power supply and the yellow wire to the constant power supply.
Is the manual of the Porsche 911 (2013) available in English?
Yes, the manual of the Porsche 911 (2013) is available in English .
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