Step 1: Go in Person to Porsche Haven
Step 2: Buy the Oil
Step 3: Go to the Techshop Auto Bay
Step 4: Try to Put the Car Over the Ramps, Oops, the Car Is to Low ...
Step 5: Lifting the Car
Step 6: Right Place for a Jack (you Can See the Oil Screw)
Step 7: Now the Car Is Safe
Step 8: Release the Oil Screw
Step 9: Open the Hood
Step 10: Do Not Eat the Pizza
Step 11: Here Is the Oil Filter
Step 12: Get a Pan
Step 13: Place the Pan
Step 14: Job Done During Lunch Time
Step 15: Get the Necessary Tools
Step 16: Take Out the Screw
Step 17: A Little Bit of Drama ...
The pan is overflowing as the screw clogged the pan drain !
Step 18: Finding the Correct Tool
I used the new filter to be sure I was picking up the correct one
Step 19: And Take the Old Filter Out
Step 20: Old and New, Side by Side
Step 21: After Put New Filter, Drop the New Oil, Put Your Finger for Do Not Drop Out of the Role
Don't forget to control the flow of the liquid (I use my finger) :-)
Step 22: Don't Waste Oil
Step 23: Done :-)))
Step 24: Is the Drama Continuing ?
Step 25: Now What ? Take the Oil Screw and Put the Washer or Left As Is?
Do I put the washer back, or do I leave it alone ?
Step 26: Clean a Pan
I will clean a pan because I don't want to loose the new oil
I am not happy about it !
Step 27: Lets Do It Again
Step 28: I Have to Do Something About My Previous Drama ....
Step 29: Saw Dust Is Your Friend !
Tom is great as usual :))) He suggests I use sawdust to clean all the mess. GREAT SOLUTION, it is free (from the wood shop) and very efficient for the oil
Step 30: Saw Dust Everywhere
Step 31: Put the Washer in Place
Remove the screw, put the washer in place, and put the screw back immediately
This time, I know where to put the pan !