Porsche 997 Servicing
Regularly servicing your 997 is important, not only for safety and reliability but also to ensure that your car is performing as Porsche designed. RPM Technik has been a Porsche servicing specialist for over two decades and has industry-leading technicians experienced in both water and air-cooled Porsche models. Servicing your 997 with the best of the independent specialists offers great value for money whilst enhancing your service history when it comes to re-sale.
PORSCHE 997 SERVICE COSTS:
Minor service: from £290
Major service: from £550
Brake fluid change: £92
Pre-purchase inspection: £320
Geometry set up: from £240
Air conditioning service: £98
Brake pads and discs: (genuine Porsche, full set) from £1,060
Clutch: from £1,085
We are a member of the Porsche Partner Network (PPN) and carry out servicing to Porsche factory service schedules, with genuine Porsche parts and Mobil lubricants. The prices above are subject to VAT but include parts and labour. Porsche parts prices are subject to change without notice. An environmental and sundries charge is of £17 is added to each invoice. Your 997 will be sanitised and cleaned ready for your collection. For further information please contact our workshop.
We have a range of services available for every Porsche owner, from the basic tyre services through to complex Porsche engine and gearbox rebuilds. We also undertake and manage insurance repair work. If the service you require isn’t listed above, please contact us for further information.
No car is 100% reliable and from our experience of working upon, servicing, and undertaking fault diagnosis on these Porsche models, we have identified a number of common faults specific to this model. In all instances, the team can advise on the best preventative maintenance actions. If you have already experienced any of the below faults, RPM Technik technicians can provide well-engineered solutions that will rectify the problem and, in some instances, future proof from further issues.
- Bore scoring – this is more of an issue on 997.1 models
- Alternator harness failure – 997.1 only
- Clutch failure – a heavy clutch is a typical indicator that the clutch is beginning to fail
- Corrosion of the coolant pipes that run along the front cross member
- Front shock absorbers corroding – often worst at the top of the piston
- Steering rack leaks
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To discuss your Porsche service, please contact our workshop team on
+44 (0)1296 663 824 or send us an enquiry online.